beautiful - but can you afford to insure it?
As a young prospective
driver you will probably have taken lessons as soon as you
possibly can, perhaps even not long after your 17th birthday
and since young people tend to pick things up rather quickly
you are likely to have learnt most of the basic skills within
a fairly short time so it is no doubt come as an enormous
shock to you when, having sailed through your driving test at
the first attempt, you have applied for car insurance and
found that the premiums that you are being quoted for are
absolutely stratospheric! No doubt you have shopped around and
used a number of price comparison engines but the result is
still the same; the insurance still costs a fortune.
Need to insure your car
for just a single day?
www.insureshortterm.com offer short term car insurance
from a little as one day.
You have fallen into the 'low
age, low experience' bracket and you are paying the price for
it! You may well feel that you are being ripped off but please
believe that the insurance companies genuinely do want your
business; after all, although you are saddled with youth and
inexperience at the moment that will (sadly) not always be the
case but insurance auditors are hard headed people and they
have the statistics to prove that if they do not charge you a
huge premium (even
at a so-called low or "no" deposit) there is a fair chance that they will lose money
by having you as a client, and they are not in business for
that purpose. Insurance companies adjust premiums to suit the
risk that they think a client represents and there are two
main factors taken into consideration; the car itself is one,
and the driver is the other.
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