Bored at work so have been playing around with online insurance quotes on admiral.com, changing small differences like age, sex, miles per year etc see how it affects your policy premium. What surprised me was that what job you do really seems to alter the price!
I found that if i was a builder my premium would be £300a year more!
I am an optician and therefore a "proffesional" so this obviously seems to favour me in the insurers eye, but why?? Isnt this discrimination against in this instance builders of the same age as me?
Maybe you could play around with your job title when filling in the insurance form to bend the truth alittle to save £££??