Agreed for the US but policies tend to be pretty standard in the UK so this post could provide useful info for others hence might serve a purpose.Digi said:It all depends on your limits of liability and coverage you pay for. It also matters where you live, your age, and what type of driver you are. Your credit rating also factors into it in the US. What one person pays for insurance is not comparable to what another person pays, unless they have the same limits and coverages. If you have $2,000,000 single limit with $2,000,000 uninsured and undersinsured motorists coverage, $0 comprehensive deductible, $0 collission coverage, rental car and other extra coverages, I think you would pay more than someone with less coverage in the same risk rating. These discussions comparing how much one pays for insurance vs someone else are very subjective, and really serve no purpose.
Agree - I have just been quoted over £1200 so will try First Alternative for a quote.virage1 said:Agreed for the US but policies tend to be pretty standard in the UK so this post could provide useful info for others hence might serve a purpose.