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AiiEEX



Member Since: 30 Sep 2010
Location: Norfolk way
Posts: 640

United Kingdom 2013 Freelander 2 SD4 HSE Lux Auto Santorini Black

Spooky or just common... not sure which 🤔

I’m with Aviva and have an FL2 whilst the Mrs has an ST3!

Wish my premium was that low. Back after 13 years in Oz and Aviva wouldn’t except the NCB - the gits.

Post #356196 4th Sep 2018 10:57 pm
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BossBob



Member Since: 30 Sep 2010
Location: Bristol
Posts: 729

England 2007 Freelander 2 TD4 GS Manual Baltic Blue

My ncb is the maximum, as is hers. FL2 and ST3 are a great combination. We can go anywhere if we’re in the right car. The ST3 is a fun car to drive but lots of potholes put the alloys at risk and the ride is pretty stiff.

Post #356245 5th Sep 2018 8:02 pm
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dunkley201



Member Since: 09 Jul 2011
Location: Nottingham
Posts: 2710

United Kingdom 2010 Freelander 2 TD4 HSE Auto Stornoway Grey

My October renewal with NFU is £410.67 fully comp with legal cover and breakdown recovery, on driveway, up to 10,000 miles pa, Max NCB.

Have asked them to quote without wife as she has had to hand in her licence for medical reasons. Also asked what discount for the low risk this COVID year. Getting back to me.

Spoke to A Plan, who I have been with before, £481! 😱

Waiting for NFU to get back to me....

Bob 10MY (Sept 09) TD4 HSE Auto in Stornoway Grey - HEL braided brake lines, LR side steps,"Facelift" front bumper & tail lights. Si4 twin pipe box. 19” Triple Sports with Conti UHPs.

08 FL2 TD4 SE Manual in Rimini Red (Now Gone)

Post #397248 21st Sep 2020 12:33 pm
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CED



Member Since: 05 Apr 2014
Location: leverington
Posts: 130

United Kingdom 2011 Freelander 2 TD4 HSE Manual Bali Blue

Direct line with claim protection and legal cover, two drivers, £262 And 40 quid on Topcashback

Post #397252 21st Sep 2020 4:27 pm
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axle



Member Since: 11 Sep 2016
Location: Warwickshire
Posts: 854

England 2007 Freelander 2 i6 HSE Auto Santorini Black

Direct line with claim protection and two drivers £190.00

Put daughter on for 10 days FREE of charge not even admin fee. Common sense isn't very common.
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2016 Suzuki Celery Cool
2000 Land Rover Defender Santiago

Post #397253 21st Sep 2020 4:39 pm
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Sidthecat



Member Since: 10 Sep 2017
Location: Sarf-East London-sur-Mer
Posts: 1071

England 2013 Freelander 2 SD4 HSE Auto Orkney Grey

dunkley201 wrote:
My October renewal with NFU is £410.67 fully comp with legal cover and breakdown recovery, on driveway . . .

Waiting for NFU to get back to me....

Bob


NFU won't quote for me here in SE London, obviously too much concrete, not enough trees and grass Wink

Post #397255 21st Sep 2020 7:13 pm
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jules



Member Since: 13 Dec 2007
Location: The Wilds of Warwickshire
Posts: 2416

United Kingdom 2014 Freelander 2 SD4 SE Auto Firenze Red

It pays to shop around...
My insurance is due for renewal in less than 30 days (usual limit for on-line searches).
I'm currently with RAC - I used their on-line chat to request a renewal quote - but I was told they can't do that over the chat line and I would have to wait until the renewal quote arrives automatically nearer the time. I explained that, according to Martin Lewis, one gets offered less competitive quotes as you get nearer the renewal date. I was told I would get a loyalty discount of some value.

So I got a new quote via the RAC website (which was more than I paid last year) and did searches on Confused and Compare the Meerkat and found Aviva to be the cheapest on both.
I decided to go with Aviva and saved 26% (£60) compared to last year's RAC premium; paying £171 (inc SDP only, legal & NCD protection, courtesy car, windscreen cover). I can't imagine any loyalty discount from RAC exceeding that. Jules

Post #403409 30th Jan 2021 1:46 pm
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3landertwo



Member Since: 27 May 2020
Location: UK
Posts: 656

I had a similar problem with Direct-Line. My policy increased by £68 for no reason at all !!
got on the phone to them and managed to get it down to UNDER the previous years renewal. I also 'opted-in' to their "mileage moneyback" . you HAVE to opt in ???? why can't they offer it to anyone that has cover with them ?? you can opt-in at ANY time during the length of your policy.

I have a mileage range of 7,000 / yr. last year I did less than 1,000 .... got nothing.

Opted-in this year .......... time will tell ????

I don't expect to get a wind fall, better than I got before they offered mileage moneyback.

Post #403410 30th Jan 2021 1:57 pm
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CED



Member Since: 05 Apr 2014
Location: leverington
Posts: 130

United Kingdom 2011 Freelander 2 TD4 HSE Manual Bali Blue

jules wrote:
It pays to shop around...
My insurance is due for renewal in less than 30 days (usual limit for on-line searches).
I'm currently with RAC - I used their on-line chat to request a renewal quote - but I was told they can't do that over the chat line and I would have to wait until the renewal quote arrives automatically nearer the time. I explained that, according to Martin Lewis, one gets offered less competitive quotes as you get nearer the renewal date. I was told I would get a loyalty discount of some value.

So I got a new quote via the RAC website (which was more than I paid last year) and did searches on Confused and Compare the Meerkat and found Aviva to be the cheapest on both.
I decided to go with Aviva and saved 26% (£60) compared to last year's RAC premium; paying £171 (inc SDP only, legal & NCD protection, courtesy car, windscreen cover). I can't imagine any loyalty discount from RAC exceeding that.
60 quid would also have been saved if you had gone through Topcashback

Post #403437 30th Jan 2021 7:05 pm
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tenet



Member Since: 23 Jul 2009
Location: cotswolds
Posts: 913

United Kingdom 2015 Freelander 2 SD4 SE Auto Orkney Grey

Just gone through the charade of AA upping premium by 20% notwithstanding no claims and reduced mileage. Renewed with Tesco Bank at £229 with protected NCD and £100 excess on top of £100 compulsory excess and got points on my Tesco card. Cool MY 09 GS manual in Lago Grey, Wood Co arm rest and side bumper strips - now sold.

MY 15 SD4 SE Auto Orkney Grey with colour coded Bumper Door Mouldings

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