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As approved by Derek.


WE VIEW YOU AS A BETTER DRIVER!

The administrators of this forum have linked up with us so that we can offer you competitive car insurance quotes.

We have a fantastic car insurance scheme for people on car club forums and that is mainly due to 4 things -

1. There are very few exclusions on the scheme! It starts at age 21, and includes all postcodes (excluding Northern Ireland), and all modifications (except nitrous).
2. The premiums have to be competitive. We underwrite 14,000 units in the office per month!
3. We have an excellent phone answering system! An overhead screen changes to red when a phone call is on hold, alerting both the manager and the Chief Executive! We have a great emphasis on answering calls.
4. We have an excellent Claims Accident Management company.

We've already had these posted on forums -

- I'd just like to add that they did me a fantastic price for the Cinqs renewal, knocking £400 off my mega £995 renewal fee
- Had my renewal through from .... at £880!!! Call Prestige and spoke to Jade who was v helpful and got my quote down to £670! Brilliant.Highly recommended guys.
- Did me a great deal on my modified turbo. £450 fully comp ;).
- Just had a fantastic quote of these guys, previous best was £1040 and they just quoted £825
- Just wanted to say great customer service none of that jargon talk just straight forward and friendly and very helpful
- Recommend this insurance company i am paying £1200 fully comp prestige quoted me £490 fully comp , am changing very soon thanks prestige

But the main reason we can offer this scheme to you is because people who are registered on car forums are viewed as better drivers which allows us to offer cheaper premiums. This has been borne out statistically which makes users of this forum a desired niche for our insurance company. We want to attract you as a customer!

I will take an active part each day answering questions you may have about insurance. My sole job is to maintain this scheme so each question should get a quick response unless I am in a meeting!

So if you're aged 21 or over and you need a quote, please call us on 0800 3308057 or 0333 4001580 (which is a landline number and should be used if ringing by mobile as it can be included in any free minutes) or ring when your car insurance renewal is due.

We are open Monday-Friday 9am-8pm and Saturdays 9am-4pm.

When ringing, please don'tt forget to mention this forum to get a competitive quote as this scheme is geared for forum users of car clubs.

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Ring 0800 3308057 or 0333 4001580 for a quote!
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Last edited by [email protected] on Fri Nov 11, 2016 4:42 pm, edited 4 times in total.

OO58RON

I thought that this forum has a insurance company sponsor? How does Adrian Flux feel about this?

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How does any insurance company feel about other insurance companies. Its a competitive market. They have to allow its potential customers the choice of provider.

Heres a brief write up from the FSA :)

http://media.fshandbook.info/Handbook/RPPD_20130401.pdf


FSA Handbook:
http://fshandbook.info/FS/index.jsp
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OO58RON

It just doesn't seem right to me that we are promoting a competitor to an official sponsor. I would be less than happy if I was Adrian Flux. It's a poor show and darn right discourteous in my eyes. :thumbdown:

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How do you know they arent in discussion to become a sponsor?

It was approved by Derek after all.
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OO58RON

Abzynthe wrote:
How do you know they arent in discussion to become a sponsor?

It was approved by Derek after all.


I remain ferment to my views regardless. :crazy:

mrizzle

Ferment or fervent? ;)

OO58RON

mrizzle wrote:
Ferment or fervent? ;)


I must have had the same teacher as you, because I have noticed (but not commented) a few similar errors in your posts too. We did all that a while ago. Maybe time to start it up again?

mrizzle

Sorry Ron wasn't actually being intentionally pedantic nor was it a dig at you. I was actually asking for my own info. :( I have a passion for words and language and wondered if it was a colloquialism or if the word could be used in another context. No offence intended. Sorry!!


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OO58RON wrote:
I thought that this forum has a insurance company sponsor? How does Adrian Flux feel about this?

Hi,
Just to let you know that I personally don't have any issues. To be honest most car forums that I see have a number recommended insurers.
Regards,
Dan.

John V6

That's good

OO58RON

[email protected] FLUX wrote:
OO58RON wrote:
I thought that this forum has a insurance company sponsor? How does Adrian Flux feel about this?

Hi,
Just to let you know that I personally don't have any issues. To be honest most car forums that I see have a number recommended insurers.
Regards,
Dan.


Still seems bad manners to me. I guess it's an age thing. My generation was brought up with a certain set of morals, that tend to stick with us.

jactac

I've just had my renewal policy with "Quote Me Happy", it cost £163 in total for the year, this covers myself, the wife and 22 year old son, fully comp, protected no claims, with ZERO excess for me and the wife but £150 excess if my son is driving and theres a claim made , £50 screen excess, also included key cover & 3rd party liability insurance cover.
They also sent me £25 worth of high street shopping vouchers for staying with them. :clap:

I always shop around when my renewal is due but I couldnt find cheaper than these guys for the last 2 years, in fact I'm paying less this year with them than last year.

In comparison my father is paying £328 for cover on his 54 plate Astra 1.4 estate, he's never had a bump, full no claims, and only him as the named driver on the policy, plus he has a £100 excess on the policy, no key cover or 3rd party liabilty cover.
I just cant work out why he pays almost double to what I'm paying when his car is probably worth a few hundred pounds if he's lucky, and mine is worth a few thousand, and is covered for more drivers on the policy, one being just 22 years old, and has extra benefits on the policy.
Like I say, I just cant figure out how insurance companies calculate their prices. :eusa-think:

Just wondering if this "Prestige" company, covers "normal" cars, it will be worth keeping them in mind for next time.

Hi Jac
Yes we cover both standard/normal & modified cars :)

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OO58RON wrote:
Still seems bad manners to me. I guess it's an age thing. My generation was brought up with a certain set of morals, that tend to stick with us.


I think it's more a Ron thing...
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OO58RON

Evil Derboy wrote:
OO58RON wrote:
Still seems bad manners to me. I guess it's an age thing. My generation was brought up with a certain set of morals, that tend to stick with us.


I think it's more a Ron thing...


Probably. However one cannot alter ones believes that are borne from nurture.

I hope you all had a great Christmas and wish you a prosperous 2014!

As far as your prosperity goes, let’s start with car insurance! If your renewal is due in January, please don’t forget to ring us for a quote.

And to whet your appetite, here is some more feedback –


•Well that's the insurance sorted with Prestige Keep Moving Insurance-Scheme dealt with Moses really friendly and not pushy couple quid cheaper and ALL mods declared even got c/car on it free for me highly recommended.

•Iv sorted out new Insurance with Prestige Keep Moving Insurance-Scheme they seemed really helpful on the phone and wernt phased because i wanted the mods insured as well! it was £700 fully comp with all mods declared! No bad considering i was £780 3rd party fire and theft with XX!

•Took out a policy on Saturday with you guys, great price and service from Moses.

With kind regards

Tim

Free MOT with Halfords worth up to £54.85 when you renew with us!

Prestige Keep Moving Car Insurance Scheme (http://www.prestigekeepmoving.com/p/car-clubs.html)

Provided by The A&A Group Limited (www.taagl.com)

Quotations – 0800 3308057 or 0333 4001580 if ringing by mobile

Interesting piece of news to bring insurance premiums down - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-25663249

What do you think?


With kind regards

Tim

Free MOT with Halfords worth up to £54.85 when you renew with us!

Prestige Keep Moving Car Insurance Scheme (http://www.prestigekeepmoving.com/p/car-clubs.html)

Provided by The A&A Group Limited (www.taagl.com)

Quotations – 0800 3308057 or 0333 4001580 if ringing by mobile

dand87

Interesting piece of news to bring insurance premiums down - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-25663249

What do you think?


Doubt I'll see any difference if I'm being honest.

OO58RON

It's not all about price, though is it? Amazing how these cheaper quotes become troublesome and expensive if you have the misfortune to actually need them :thumbdown: I learnt that lesson with Admiral. Cancelled my insurance following a small claim as my optional extras were deemed to modifications that I had declared. Strange that the car had not been altered/modified since in left the production line. But, for a small fee of £100ish (can't remember actual figure) they would overlook my error :thumbdown: Robbing bar stewards

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