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Which car is the cheapest to buy and who are the cheapest to insurance with?

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Which car is the cheapest to buy and who are the cheapest to insurance with?

Postby steward » Fri Jul 05, 2013 10:23 am

i thinking of taking my driving lesson!! i just wonder which car is cheap and who is cheap to get insurance with!
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Which car is the cheapest to buy and who are the cheapest to insurance with?

Postby goddard » Fri Jul 05, 2013 10:26 am

"...which car is the cheapest to buy..."
You can buy an old banger for £500, if you're good with the technical side and you can keep it running.

"...who are the cheapest to insurance with?"
No such company exists and never has done.
The cost of your insurance is unique to you and your circumstances. Anyone who says, 'Try company X, they are the cheapest' clearly has no idea how insurance works and they can be ignored.

However, if you're under 25, you'll be hit for at least £4,000 for the first year's insurance no matter what car you buy or who you get insured with.
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Which car is the cheapest to buy and who are the cheapest to insurance with?

Postby fineen » Fri Jul 05, 2013 10:31 am

This has been asked 5000+ times on here, use the search facility...

Stick to sub 1200cc shopping cars, nothing 'cool' or sporty and you MIGHT just get someone to insure it for under £3000.
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Postby brentyn » Fri Jul 05, 2013 10:43 am

You could buy a car from as little as £100 - it will not be much good though.

There is nowhere for cheap insurance. All you can do it try to find the least expensive - it will still cost £thousands if you are under 25 and a new driver.

There is no one magic insurer that will be best for everyone in your circumstances and in fact what is the cheapest today could be the most expensive tomorrow. Car insurance works like that.
THE FOLLOWING IS FACT, NOT SPAM OR ADVERTISING
This OFTEN GETS THUMBS DOWNS THOUGH NO IDEA WHY AS ITS THE ABSOLUTE TRUTH. Anyway to the TD trolls, I could not care less. There is only one way of finding the best deal and it is a tried and tested method from a well known TV and radio guest who has an independent money saving expert website. The site sells nothing just gives advice - Get quotes from at least 4 different comparison sites - none deal with all of the possible 200 ish insurers so do this to cover them
Get quotes from Aviva and Direct Line too as they are on none of the comparison sites
Do not believe what they say when they reckon the best deals are on the net - its just wrong.
Now use the best 2 or 3 quotes to get on the phone and haggle. SEE THE LINK BELOW FOR LOADS MORE DETAILS AS THAT IS THE BASICS

http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/insurance/car-insurance-young-drivers also gives some information about the ones with "Telematics" or "Black Boxes" to monitor and maybe lower the cost.
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