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Was just wondering if anyone has had any problems with Quinn Direct?

 

They're offering my the best quote at the moment, but I don't want to take the policy out and then find that they're bad.

 

thanks.

 

Im with quinn mate, on my 2nd year now. the only thing id say is they're not awesome on notification of changes but otherwise seem ok, never had to claim tho

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It seems that most quote that I've done go up to about £2000 after i gain a full licence. Rang up Quinn and they said that at the most it will go up by £1500 after passing :O. So from £679.77 (the quote they gave me for a provisional licence) it may go up to £2179.77.

 

Im only trying to insure a 1.3 fiesta :nutter:

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You tried ringing up insurance brokers? I know Keith Michaels, Adrian Flux and Chris Knott are all supposed to be quite good...

 

I rang up Adrian Flux but their best quote for a provisional was £2500ish.

 

Tesco's gave me a quote of £1996 for both provisional and full licence, does anyone have any experience with them?

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I have been with them for near 3 years, the cheapest when I started driving. I had a little bump with my first escort, I never claimed but the other boy did and they payed me £600 for the damage. If you are a policy holder the you are insured to drive any car under the value of £75,000 which is handy. Yea, Tesco have english staff but you can't beat phoning up Quinn and being greated by a jolly Irish man/woman. They never charged me for change of vehicles or adding named drivers and if your modifications are cosmetic then they don't charge either.

 

Fraz :thumb:

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thats the up side with quinn that cosmetic mods dont matter... even exhaust, alloys, air filter, lowering, window tints etc

literally just engine mods

and i was going to get insured and have my dads 1.3 fiesta but found that a fiesta xr2i is about £150-£200 more and a fiesta 1.6 si is about the same... xr3i is roundabouts that aswell

my escort 1.6 is only £2160 to insure so i would highly reccomend them

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thats the up side with quinn that cosmetic mods dont matter... even exhaust, alloys, air filter, lowering, window tints etc

literally just engine mods

and i was going to get insured and have my dads 1.3 fiesta but found that a fiesta xr2i is about £150-£200 more and a fiesta 1.6 si is about the same... xr3i is roundabouts that aswell

my escort 1.6 is only £2160 to insure so i would highly reccomend them

Only! :unsure:

 

I've never paid that much to insure a car, the highest mine has been was £650 for my cabriolet (22 0 ncb)

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thats the up side with quinn that cosmetic mods dont matter... even exhaust, alloys, air filter, lowering, window tints etc

literally just engine mods

and i was going to get insured and have my dads 1.3 fiesta but found that a fiesta xr2i is about £150-£200 more and a fiesta 1.6 si is about the same... xr3i is roundabouts that aswell

my escort 1.6 is only £2160 to insure so i would highly reccomend them

Only! :unsure:

 

I've never paid that much to insure a car, the highest mine has been was £650 for my cabriolet (22 0 ncb)

haha i wish mine was that cheap... im only 17 with 0ncb although i have done pass plus which i would highly recommend :thumb:

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