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  1. Gackt
    10-25-2012 01:54 PM
    Well...this new guy is entertaining
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  3. VisionsOfDemise
    10-05-2012 03:18 PM
    Hahaha exactly, you have to find out what lowers the premium and just go with it. Insurance is ridiculous, it has to be said.
  4. VisionsOfDemise
    10-05-2012 02:02 PM
    Parents don't drive, so I'm screwed there.

    1200 a year isn't bad. Anything from 1500 or less I could afford. I imagine your insurance would've been cheaper if the car wasn't a 1.6/worth more than a few hundred quid? :P
  5. VisionsOfDemise
    10-05-2012 12:05 PM
    That's insurance fronting, having your own policy in someone elses' name.. Tut tut!

    I'd drive anything atm like, but I know if I wait it out I can have something with a bit more power, hopefully. I see 1.6 Focus Zetecs going all the time for around 400-500. Much rather have one of those than a shitty Vauxhall Corsa 1 litre!
  6. Spade.
    10-05-2012 11:50 AM
    Happy birthday
  7. VisionsOfDemise
    10-04-2012 10:36 PM
    Anyway, I'm 21 (just turned 21 in August, passed my test 2 days later).
    Been looking up insurance on 1 litre Corsas (cheapest quotes are on Corsa Cs, although I'd rather have a B?) Might just have to wait until I'm 25 and get something with a bit more oomph? Maybe a 1.6 Escort Finesse? If there's any left come 2016 anyway? Still really want a Sierra of some sort, but the chances of owning one are looking really slim now.

    Blackbox insurance seems shit, so you're rewarded with cheaper insurance for sitting at a roundabout for ages, because you can't pull away quickly as the box will go red and put your premium up? Yeah, no thanks. I'd rather just have third party fire and theft off another company...
  8. VisionsOfDemise
    10-04-2012 10:34 PM
    Thanks! Passed both parts first time. Theory was easy peasy for me, but I'm a bit of a brainbox when it comes to English and taking things in and stuff. It's maths where I'm terrible!

    Practical was so easy, I thought I failed because I stalled the car three times, twice on entrance to a really busy roundabout. My nerves were all over the place, I thought I had definitely failed like, but she was really nice and passed me. I was like ".... Really? I've passed? Seriously?" when she told me. Really didn't think it could be that easy. Didn't have to do a single manoeuvre. Makes me wonder why I spent so pissing long on them...
  9. VisionsOfDemise
    10-04-2012 12:26 PM
    Hey, we had a conversation about cars absolutely ages ago. How's things?

    I passed my driving test back in August, had been learning since late January, only one lesson a week at 1 1/2 hours. Not bad I don't think, really. Anyway, test was piss easy. I was seriously surprised by how easy it was.

    Can't afford car insurance at my part time job though, so I'm just biding my time for the quotes to come down a bit. I don't want 'blackbox' insurance, that's for sure.
  10. dwayne_hicks
    07-12-2012 05:46 PM
    I'm not sure if that kid was serious or not.

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