Next Wednesday 17th of September, two weeks earlier than expected my new Renault Extreme car will be ready for collection.
At the time of ordering it I had got myself into a tizzy about the whole thing, so i was not excited about it at all.
BUT now I am sssooo excited 🙂
I have to return some paper work to the garage on Monday where i can have a sneak look before i collect it.
Now I just have to find some insurance that my son can afford ( when he passes his test.) for my old Renault Clio 1.2.
Some one quoted me over 3,000 pound earlier today 🙁
So if you have any tips on insuring young boys (20) just passed test they would be most helpful.
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Woo! I can almost feel that “cherished new chattel” glow coming off you…(!)
Car looks fab. I use co-op insurance for my teenagers.
Insurance is incredible aint it? I pay less than 150 quid a year …
Nice looking car Sally. As for the insurance for the boys, I can only imagine that it will be expensive.. Rob a bank perhaps???
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Extreme car to take you to extreme sports, Sally. 🙂
Ooooh! great stuff, I feel excited for you too. I can remember what it was like when I got mine 🙂
I’m sure you’re going to love your new car! Insurance is steep here for those who have less than 10 years experience, but then it goes down considerably if they’ve had no accidents. Good luck!
Good luck with that!
I remember when my wee brother passed his test, we couldn’t get him insurance anywhere.
In the end though he got a van from his work so it all worked out well for him.
Direct Line/ Admiral etc do a 10 month bonus accelerator. It’s a wee bit cheaper and there is the option to increase your excess as well that helps a wee bit.
I’m sure you will love it Sally. A new car is so exciting. Insurance for the young is certainly is a problem. But now we find that hiring a car when elderly is a problem, in fact we cannot do so in England or Europe any more but fortunately can still do so in North America and Australia.