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PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 10:30 am 
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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.
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- 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.
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- 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!

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 03, 2012 8:07 pm 
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Not personlay interested as I have trade insurance.

What are your requirments for LPG converted cars? After all that is your target customer here on this forum

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:56 am 
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classicswede wrote:

What are your requirments for LPG converted cars? After all that is your target customer here on this forum


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We would require a certificate of UK fitting and a copy of the up to date MOT certificate.

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Please note that if you are wishing to insure a ‘performance’ vehicle on our scheme, then you must have at least a year’s experience of driving that or a similar bhp car.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 6:12 pm 
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Tim@Prestige wrote:
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What are your requirments for LPG converted cars? After all that is your target customer here on this forum


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We would require a certificate of UK fitting and a copy of the up to date MOT certificate.

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That should be of interest to some on here.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 5:58 pm 
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A certificate of fitting? Any more stipulations on that? If I make my own certificate to say that I've fitted my own kit is that enough?

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I would think it would be. After all CoP11 only says that an install needs to be certified by a competent person......

Did you fit it? Does it work? Then you must be competent!

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Hi there
Fitting has to be done by an accredited installer found in the UKLPG Approved Autogas installer register.

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In which case the insured won't be able to supply you with a certificate of fitting as they don't issue them any more, certified installs are simply entered on the DriveLPG website database.

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 06, 2012 10:35 pm 
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If you want a certificate you should exept them from trained installers.

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Gilbertd wrote:
In which case the insured won't be able to supply you with a certificate of fitting as they don't issue them any more, certified installs are simply entered on the DriveLPG website database.


Hi Gilbert
We would just need a copy of the MOT in this instance.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 9:06 pm 
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So you won't accept a DIY fitted kit that has been check, authorised and entered on the database?

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 10:12 pm 
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No I think all they need is proof that the system is fitted safely hence teh MOT or safety cert.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 08, 2012 1:21 pm 
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classicswede wrote:
No I think all they need is proof that the system is fitted safely hence teh MOT or safety cert.

I suspect you are correect, but the last thing I read on here was this...

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Fitting has to be done by an accredited installer found in the UKLPG Approved Autogas installer register.

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Hi
If someone from an accredited LPG authorisation has checked and authorised the fitting then that will be fine with a copy of the current MOT certificate.

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Congratulations to Chris Woodward of Focusrsoc.com who won our £50 Prize Draw!!! (Chris permitted us to publish his name). We will hold another draw around March time.

Thanks also to those who have rung us for a car insurance quote in December. October was our record month but we are on course to beat that which is great considering December is historically a quieter month for renewal dates!

Here’s just a bit of feedback from the last 4½ weeks –
•Just gave Prestige a call and so far they have the best renewal quote. 1st year the ST was £1k, 2nd £750, 3rd £650 and 4th was £600 - they have just quoted £395 with bonus points and mods declared so quite impressed after the very small drop last year and not bad when I'm still just 26.
•Just sorted the scala with prestige, saved over £120 compared to renewal note from existing broker. Well worth a call.
•Spoken to these guys today, and they are to say the least fantastic! Extremely friendly, and have saved me loads on insurance. Incredibly happy, and would recommend to anyone!
•Prestige were so helpful and quick and quoted me 177 a month which is the cheapest I have found on pay monthly plans! I’m with the above insurance n there a top company.
•Prestige saved me almost £100 from the best quote I've had so far . £550 for living in N10 is great price as I had to pay around £900 last year. I've also tried ‘X’ again (don't know why as last year they quoted me £1200) and their best was just over a grand (insane). I'd like to thank Dave from Prestige who knew what he was talking about with no nonsense questions and he was the only agent I spoke to during my call and he did called me back as promised.

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My current insurers (NFU Mutual) accepted my own certificate with my training certificate copied onto the back of it. I'd have no problem in principal getting my vehicle checked over, but AFAIK there's no-one local to me (or at least, no-one local who I'd allow to touch my vehicle !) and the cost would almost certainly be significantly higher than any saving I might make.

What's your policy on modifications ? This is the usual hangup as most of the mainstream insurers are, to be polite, either completely clueless or rather cautious. By the time I've listed engine, gearbox, suspension, brakes, seating, and LPG - most don't want to know, even though there's nothing of any real significance.

PS - and do you do "any driver" cover ?
Strange thing, I keep getting told that it's to do with reducing the number of uninsured drivers. Now I can't get my head around how making it harder to have a driver covered to use a vehicle makes it less likely that they'll be covered :?

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My current insurers (NFU Mutual) accepted my own certificate with my training certificate copied onto the back of it. I'd have no problem in principal getting my vehicle checked over, but AFAIK there's no-one local to me (or at least, no-one local who I'd allow to touch my vehicle !) and the cost would almost certainly be significantly higher than any saving I might make.

What's your policy on modifications ? This is the usual hangup as most of the mainstream insurers are, to be polite, either completely clueless or rather cautious. By the time I've listed engine, gearbox, suspension, brakes, seating, and LPG - most don't want to know, even though there's nothing of any real significance.

PS - and do you do "any driver" cover ?
Strange thing, I keep getting told that it's to do with reducing the number of uninsured drivers. Now I can't get my head around how making it harder to have a driver covered to use a vehicle makes it less likely that they'll be covered :?


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We cover mods on a like for like basis :)
We can also offer Any Driver cover but this narrows it down to only 1 or 2 insurers. It's better, if you can, to have a Named Driver policy as all insurers are happy with this.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2012 9:00 pm 
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What about richard at ullswater road garage?

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Oops, wrong thread I think......

I assume he was replying to my comment "... AFAIK there's no-one local to me ...". If that's the Ullswater Road Garage at Penrith, then that's at the other end of the county - and I seldom go up that way, even less frequently during working hours.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 12, 2012 9:23 pm 
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I would say they are about your nearest. Cumbria is big area to cover, I'm suprised that there are not more installers in the area.

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