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    comprehensive insurance

    Hi All,
    just trying to organise some insurance for our V, but got lots of variances in quotes, just wondering who you have received a good deal with or can recommend???
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    I got the best quotes off RACV and Budget. Someone told me to also try Commonwealth Bank. Quotes from AAMI, Alliance and some others were literally double the price.

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    Here in the States the best quote I got was by 21st Century, they blew everyone else out of the water and then sent me a $50.00 gift card.
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    thanks puck222 - crazy isint it, the best quote i have so far is from aami and allianz lol
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    Allstate has been great when ever I've needed them. Maybe try them or Esurance now that they are owned by Allstate
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    NRMA were best for us. x

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    phoned NRMA insurance today, and they did a better deal than the lowest quote i had received - so yep got a good deal with them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by White_v View Post
    phoned NRMA insurance today, and they did a better deal than the lowest quote i had received - so yep got a good deal with them.
    I think because NRMA default excess is $800, while others is $650

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    NRMA excess $600
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    Aami was best for me and my requirements


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    Progressive Online comprehensive $1180 Car insured value for $29990

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    Progressive here as well. 650 for comprehensive but 500 excess. I think I got a discount for having two cars insured with them.

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    Guys, RACV and Budget were only $560 a year comprehensive, with $600 excess.
    But then, I'm over 25 lol.

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    Cheapest for me is Bingle. Cheaper than RACV, Allianz and AAMI by more than $100. Plus the excess is only $500 as opposed to $600 or more.

    Note for those using AAMI: I found it was $50 cheaper to put me (a male) as the primary driver and my wife as a additional driver, rather than the other way around. This is despite the fact that we were both born in the same year and licenced for the same amount of time and neither of us have had any recent claims. So it seems that for whatever reason, AAMI considers men better drivers (of Velosters at least) than women.

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    just checked out a few online quotes for my almost arrived manual +...

    Progressive $859
    AAMI $841
    Budget Direct $569
    Allianz $438

    was surprised at the differences. am in my 40's and haven't made a claim in over nine years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ULTRAMAN1 View Post
    Here in the States the best quote I got was by 21st Century, they blew everyone else out of the water and then sent me a $50.00 gift card.
    That is strange. For my two vehicles, 2012 V and a 2010 Patriot, 21st was $1100 more than Geico. State Farm was $550 less than Geico for a higher coverage level. Just the V us now under $370. Full coverage with 250/500 liability.

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    Allianz for me, just a touch over $400 with a $500 excess. Agreed value of $36.5k. The funny thing was there was no price difference between agreed value of $31k and $36.5k...

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    budget direct by far for sydney and 35 yrs of age.

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    $1050 budget direct full cop insurance

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    give QBE a try.

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