I recently got a quote from the NRMA for a SP23 Hatch. Im 22 and with a 50% no claim bonus it was $1,024. I live in Tweed Heads which is about 30mins south of the Gold Coast, its a pretty quiet area so the insurance is pretty low.
Also my father got a quote at the same time because he was considering upgrading his SP20. He's 50 and it was about $750 with a 65% no claims bonus which with the NRMA is the max. But that insluded car hire and which is an extra $50.
ouch on that break in! hopefully the mz3 won't suffer the same fate.
very disenchanted again with the insurance quotes. the suburb really counts for a lot and they don't seem to ask if it will be garaged or kept on the street - which i think is patently unfair.
AAMI have quote me 1600, GIO quoted 1990, NRMA i have automatically assumed would be greated than 2000.
i have heard through a friend of a good insurer over in WA way... is this true? its supposed to be the one ppl go to to insure their turbocharged behemoths etc, and do most of their dealings via phone to reduce o'heads.
although considering this is the first year, i thought to go with a more reputable insurer... *shrug* (although i changed the suburb in the little online quote analyser... chatswood is cheap!)
I went to AAMI and got a quote of $827 over the counter by some guy who knew very little about anything. Anyway I call up AAMI with my quote number and get told that the quote was wrong and it should be around $1050.
Eventually they agreed to insure me for the quoted $827 and are covering me for $33,000, although my car is only worth $28500 including on roads!
CGU came back with a quote of $950 but I had already signed up with AAMI.
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