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03-05-2019, 22:55   #46
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There's something thing wrong in the insurance sector ...who you gonna call.....another insurance company you might get 50quid less. Your local TD? Maybe with the euro elections comming up we could email the candidate s with our rightious bile.
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03-05-2019, 23:17   #47
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Actually that mightn't be a bad idea as alot of good legislation comes from Europe, they might put a few manners on us!
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03-05-2019, 23:19   #48
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I've 4 cars insured. 2015 1.5, 1998 2.8, 1980 1.3, 1976 1.0

All comes in at under 1K fully comp.
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03-05-2019, 23:26   #49
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I've 4 cars insured. 2015 1.5, 1998 2.8, 1980 1.3, 1976 1.0

All comes in at under 1K fully comp.

with who?
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04-05-2019, 09:42   #50
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with who?
Split over 2 policies, 123 and First Ireland.
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04-05-2019, 10:23   #51
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Split over 2 policies, 123 and First Ireland.
Classic car policy for the 98, 80 and 76?

I asked First Ireland about classic policies a few years ago and they wouldn't help me as the cars i was asking about, while old enough, weren't deemed to be classics. I note on their Classic Car assumptions page
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be mass produced. (Car types such as a Fiat Punto do not qualify under our classic car scheme)
LMAO at this given that the vast majority of cars produced for many decades have been "mass produced".
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04-05-2019, 11:38   #52
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Yup. My 98 is a BMW, so mass produced is my assumption.
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