Hello, sorry to bother anyone with what is probably a very common question. I am 25, I have NO no-claims-bonuses, I’ve been driving 4 years, could anyone give me any clue as to how much my insurance would be before I take the plunge and by a GTO
Thank you guys
Have a look in the insurance section and get the details for Sky insurance. Give them a call and ask them how much it would cost you to insure both the TT and NA GTOs at you age with zero NCD. That’s the only really accurate way of finding out.
I would expect quotes **to start at around **the £1,800 mark.
Ring SKY and see if they can do you a special deal tho … you never know your luck.
Hi and welcome to GTOUK,
Try Sky Insurance, they are quite reasonable, have you thought which one you want? ie a Twin Turbo or a N/A. obviously the non -turbo is cheaper as less power. Do you want auto or manual. Autos only available in the non-turbo guise.
Thanks very much for the prompt help!
Yes unfortunately zero NCB, for the past 4 years I’ve been a named driver on someone else’s policy…
Sky will give you the best price - I’m about the same age as you and I am insured through them. Best bet for insurance is to try and get a 3000GT - they are cheaper to insure.
Thanks guys, advice is really useful
I would see about getting a letter from the insurer of the person whose policy you were on stating that in the time you were on that policy, you werent involved in an accident. might hold some weight like it does with company car drivers.
welcome to the club!
[quote]I would see about getting a letter from the insurer of the person whose policy you were on stating that in the time you were on that policy, you werent involved in an accident. might hold some weight like it does with company car drivers.
welcome to the club![/quote]
Welcome to the club, and I’d agree with James. I’ve used the fact I was a named driver to get cheaper insurance. I was on a policy as a named (main) driver, not policy holder, then got a new car with 1 years free insurance. After this, I suddenly had 6yrs NCD! Living in Scotland too means I’ve never paid over £800 for insurance.