It's extortion by any other name.
It's not what they might do to their little car, it's what they might do to other people's that causes the high premiums!
Oh dear, it must have got worse since I was in this place. Have the insurance companies done as they were told by the EU, and equalised the premiums between lads and girls? My two girls got there before this so were quite reasonably charged. Girls were seen as much lower risk. On the plus side, the no claims bonus soon builds up.
Oh don't tell me, we have years yet to go! But maybe its slightly less than for a 15 year old learner boy - we'll find out next year (and I'm sure we'll have to forego a vacation to pay for it)
If you put her on to your policy, it will work out cheaper but you may lose your no claims if she has a mishap. As soon as mine was 25, I said to him 'you're on your own kid, insure it yourself or go without!'....hard but necessary in my case. Good Luck.
its Robbery with credit card! Poor kids of today, cant afford a house, the insurance to drive a car or maybe even the petrol to put in it nevermind tuition fees
Steve....start saving now in case your boys want to learn..WM...yes but even so.....crikey..Sensbiilia....she is no speed freak that's for sure....ALW...start saving!K.....you guessed!Nana...I'm going on the policy with her and she has some money to put towards it but it does seem high..Mrs W...good point...I do worry about how they all see the future...
You should try getting quotes for a 17 year old...then you'd feel you're getting a bargain!
Tell me all about it! The daughter has just passed her test at the grand old age of 17 some are now coughing up for 4 drivers in the house :-(
NB...been there done that got the t etc.,...at least this time around she is going to chip in with some of her own money.CQ....I know........when you look up and down the road and we all seem to have at least 3 or 4 cars on the drive it does make you wonder if we shouldn't all start walking a bit more!
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