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Re: M3 insurance in the UK (archive)

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Posted by Darren M on February 25, 2000 at 03:04:53:

In Reply to: Re: M3 insurance in the UK posted by Andy on February 24, 2000 at 16:14:47:

Nope, not found a car yet. Well, I might have done, but just checking up on a few things before I make a decision and looking at some others also.
Hopefully if I do go for the one I`ve been looking at I`ll have to come to an arrangement with the dealers about having a 14 day return period. I want to get a BMW dealership to check out the car but they are some way from the M3 dealership and I`m reluctant to pay their travelling costs too 8-. I`ll therefore prefer to get it inspected after picking the car up and driving home.


: : Hi guys\gals,
: : Can any M3 owners the UK recommend an insurance company. My current insurers won`t insure any LHD cars except the new VW Beetle.

: : I`m 27 with 3 years NCB and Adrian Flux quoted 960quid and the car must have a Thatcham 2 alarm. This was based on a max of 7000miles PA

: : try privalige insurance. i'm 31 with full no claims discount and i pay 650.00 a year for a 1991 m3.By the way have you found a car yet
: : Thats not too bad but if anyone can recommend a company who might quote lower then let me know.

: : Also, whats the cost of a Thatcham 2 alarm(in case I do need one)?

: : Ta,

: : Darren

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