Currently, there are around 300,000 live car insurance policies in the UK where the driver is hooked up to telematic technology. While this is only a small proportion of the total market, the growth and popularity of of black boxes shows little sign of slowing.
I’ve been driving 11 months and I’ve had two accidents that are going to sky rocket my insurance. I don’t want a black box but part of me thinks it’ll make me focus a lot more on my driving. Everyone who has been in a car with me says they feel perfectly safe, so I don’t think I’m a bad driver, I’ve just been unlucky I guess, but I’m certainly inexperienced.
I’ve been duped by a scam website as well and lost nearly 20. Never happened to me before and I thought I was pretty savvy, as well as over-cautious, when it came to on-line orders. But the site I went through was the first to appear and looked completely plausible. This is nothing more than fraud, and I also ask why the NHS is allowing agencies to do this. They could easily put a stop to it by not accepting applications from agencies, but presumably it suits them not to. I will fight and fight, through lawyers if necessary, until I get my money back, and I suggest all the other people who have defrauded do likewise.
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I’ve been thinking about this lately, and it seems whenever Warren Buffett/ Berkshire Hathaway get their mitts on a company, it turns to greed and high prices and less service-there was a time several years ago when Geico was great to do business with. See’s Candy has had the same sorts of problems, although they only doubled, not tripled their prices. I just heard on the news this a.m. that Buffett is after Wrigley (candy).
ive been trying to find out for certain. im 26 years old and a provisional driver , i own two cars both fully comp in my name. on my insurance it states clearly that i am insured to drive others cars (third party only) i have read the small print and it says as long as over 25, does this mean i can even on a provisional drive a friend or parents car if say they cant for knee problems ect if we were out together id drive bk ect as an example.
I’ve been using Uber as a passenger for about a year, spending $443 on rides mostly in New York. The convenience is unbeatable, especially when you need a specific type of vehicle. For example, I called my first Uber ride when I was by myself and needed a large enough vehicle to transport six boxes of workshop materials from the Meatpacking District to the office.
I’ve been with Geico for car insurance for the past three years and I agree that their rates have been significantly cheaper than anybody else I’ve come across. I buy the full 6 months up front which saves a bit as opposed to the monthly payment. This means that around twice a year I go through a bunch of other big insurers and haven’t ever found anything near the same price.
I’ve been with USAA since I joined the AF when I was 18. Now that I’m out, they are still the cheapest of all the places I quote (I always get new quotes every year). The coverage I have is 100/200 bodily injury, 100/200 uninsured/underinsured, unlimited medical expenses, 1 million in property protection, comprehensive coverage with 500 deductible, broadened collision with 500 deductible, accident forgiveness, rental reimbursement, and towing a labor. I’m 25, my wife is 24 and we have a 2010 car worth 20,000 and a 2013 van worth 40,000. I pay $1000/6 months. Great credit, age, and a clean record helps wonders.
I’ve booked to see my MP on 21 February and I’ve asked to meet him in the car park of where we’re meeting so I can show him the recently-adapted WAV internal transfer vehicle which I could lose because I can walk about 20-30 steps like the man in case study 6! My MP says he really doesn’t think I will lose my car, but I think his confidence only comes from having no idea what the draft criteria actually say! I might keep my vehicle, but it’s too close to call.
I’ve checked every detail of what this policy covers and I’m satisfied. True, if clip a few Ferrari’s on my way home I’ll be in a financial pickle. But here in Nebraska, expensive cars are rare so I’m not worried. Also, I rarely even drive my car since I bike everywhere in town (most people should, too) so my chances of actually getting in an expensive accident are very, very low.