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Driving Instructor car insurance

Last post Thu, Jan 24 2008, 9:22 PM by highercynthbucket. 6 replies.
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  •  Thu, Jan 24 2008, 9:22 PM

    Re: Driving Instructor car insurance

    Leicester Uk
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  •  Thu, Jan 24 2008, 8:30 PM

    Re: Driving Instructor car insurance

    Just interested Where have you moved to? BB
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  •  Thu, Jan 24 2008, 8:22 PM

    Re: Driving Instructor car insurance

    mmm..... well, I'v just moved from Hertfordshire & the premium has doubled!!! Thats why I;m asking!

    Thanks for your answer tho.

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  •  Thu, Jan 24 2008, 7:59 PM

    Re: Driving Instructor car insurance

    £648.95 sounds like a reasonable premium considering the business you're in. However I'm not in the insurance business. Isn't there a trade organisation that offers a discounted policy? BB
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  •  Thu, Jan 24 2008, 7:29 PM

    Re: Driving Instructor car insurance

    Any driver - age 17 upwards!

    You think you might be able to rec. me somewhere?

    Anythings better than £648.95 a year!!!

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  •  Thu, Jan 24 2008, 7:05 PM

    Re: Driving Instructor car insurance

    Guess you'll want any driver??
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  •  Thu, Jan 24 2008, 6:57 PM

    Driving Instructor car insurance

    Hi there

    Does anyone know of the bestest cheapest car insurance for a humble driving instructor like myself please? I live & work in the Leicester area Uk, not claimed for 10 yrs, no convictions (driving or otherwise!), drive a ford fiesta (2002) with factory fitted immobilizer in the key but no tracking device (to my knowledge), lives on my drive at night, dual controls, partner is nearly 60 with also no convictions of any kind, would need fully comp. I guess.

    Look forward to some good advice :)

    Thanx alot

    Highercynthbucket x female!... cheers!

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