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Anyone else who has any sites or information to share please link it up in here. I think any feedback on these sites should be kept here but could I ask that links are put in first to keep in easy for people to identify. I'll also add them to the original post.

Could I ask for no chatter in here please, just links, feedback and any amendments that may be necessary as this is more as a resource than a discussion thread.

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I know the majority of us here will generally use specialist insurers so the way we go about getting insurance can be a bit different from the general man on the street and although this is the case there are also a lot of similarities. I found a good site for general information so thought I would share it, there is information ranging from guides to explanations to comparisons and its worth a read through.

http://www.moneysupermarket.com/car-insurance/guide/1/
 

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NickH1 said:
Admiral are the cheapest i think for young drivers.. im 18, 1 ync and it cost just under 1400
admiral/elephant: 2 years ncb, 19 years old 3 points on sp30 modifications declared including exhaust, air filter alloys suspension and decals, honda civic 51 plate 1.6 se sport. £983 fully comp

rock on
 

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That list has been doing the rounds for years now - I very much doubt the results are the same now as what they were when it was first released... and every insurance company has their own set of figures for stuff like that anyway usually.
 

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tbh looking at it, it seems far to general.

I know a town near me is rated better than where I live BUT its renound for having multiple bad area's and a much more riskier place to leave your car
 

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I just got a 2008 civic 1.8 SE

I previously drove a 11year old Ford Focus. My old insurance M&S gave me a quote for £350 compared with focus @ £220. I got some quotes and found so far LV to be cheapest at £297 fully comp. I have 10 years no claims btw
 

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As you know very well that there are so many health insurance companies that are available. So it would be better if you first check and compare all the health insurance policies online.
Below is the link from you can take as reference to compare the policies.

http://www.policyx.com/
 
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