klu wrote:I did lots of online quotes for my new car. The "pay as you drive" insurer didn't end up being the cheapest anyway. I've just ended up with one of the major insurers.
PiledHigher wrote:ozmick wrote:Shh.. my volvo is 'stored' up country, and an add on to a farm policy as a farm vehicle.
I should know better, I work in the industry.
You would know how little they will use to try deny a claim, fraudulent info on the application would be one of those.
vidman wrote:klu wrote:I did lots of online quotes for my new car. The "pay as you drive" insurer didn't end up being the cheapest anyway. I've just ended up with one of the major insurers.
Yeah its only good if you drive less than X km per year.
I went for just 7,000km for this year. The less km you pay for the cheaper it is.
weg wrote:Seems silly to be insuring a car that's not worth much and is used even less, but there you go. AAMI was cheaper than Youi last year (when I was driving more than now), but I got a Real PAYD quote this time - $170 cheaper than AAMI which has given some people here a bad time replacing bikes. Youi was in between initially but re-quoted under Real.
barefoot wrote:I tried to get an online quote from a specialist low-mile pay-as-you-drive insurer once, to see how much more it would be. I told it the car does 3000km a year... which is about 1000 more than it really does. It threw back an error, saying "You must drive at least 5000km!".
baudman wrote:Got our renewal. Looked, said 'Total Premium'. Still seemed cheap. Checked km covered until. Easy. Do nothing, and it automatically comes out of credit card.
Err... a LOT more comes out of credit card.
Ring... have a GOOD look at their invoice. After the 'Total Premium' it also says something like 'kilometre premium'. So, it's the [cough] 'Total' plus more that you pay.
Check alternatives. About the same price, give/take. Significant increase. What goes? Anyone know? Could that be the age of the car? 2003 Suby Forester. (Quotes from others were anonymous, not with any personal details).
thekovac wrote:[n my experience - the good part with a suburu is that insurance actually tends to be cheaper than alot of other cars. I beleive this is due to how safe they are.
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