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Apr 12

Posts: 50

33kerryhouse says:

Transfer NCD to Car.. Young Driver

So, I passed my Car test last Monday.. Yeah thanks..

All the excitement soon fizzed out when I was given the quotes online. Ok I am 24 but what is the logic for the cheapest insurer charging me £3000 for a bloody third party insurance. I have given up my plan to buy a car at the moment and when i get my first NCD after i complete 1 yr on my bike in Feb 13, I hope to use that on car and I hope that will scale the premium down,, Any advices

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Mar 09

Posts: 8950

jaffa90 says:


Some ins com will and some won`t,does your ins com insure car drivers? Ring round for a better quote.

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Nov 08

Posts: 879

classic cars

cost next to nothing to insure even for youngsters, less than a tenth what you pay to cover disposable modern hatch, and if old enough road tax is free.  Of course they're not safe to crash, not necessarily reliable to pile the miles on, but it could be a useful no claims builder and snowy day backup plan?

Some insurers will match a year of no claims bike discount, sorry can't remember which, but as far as I know this is essentially gifted to you - much like introductory no claims discounts sometimes offered to get you in - I don't believe you are using the bike's NCD so you can continue to build that too - best of both worlds?

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Jan 13

Posts: 8

jackpage15 says:


Hi there, I was looking into the same thing recently (25 years old, riding bikes for 5 years, would cost me £2000 to insure a 1 litre polo)

I gave up on it too, but I did find out that Tesco will allow you to use your motorcycle no-claims bonus on a car policy; I think you may have to phone them for a quote though.

Hope this helps.

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