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    Possible?

    a 1.6 coupe for £3000
    Im struggling finding 1.6's let alone for 3000. Seen a few but they 2004 models so obviously a good £6000.

    Might have to opt for a 1.8 and pay out the extra insurance cost grr. I dont want to lol

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    Go for the 1.8, you won't regret it!!!
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    CAN I: get a 1.8, get myself fully comp insured on this Daewo 1.0 i got and then let my dad insure the astra and me drive it) -- this is legal isnt it? Because i remember someone telling me as long as the car has minimum third party insurance and you are insured fulyl comp on another car you can drive the first car.

    Some one enlighten me.

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    how much extra is the 1.8 over the 1.6?

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    Well, 80 quid more (for the rest of the year) Policy started January. But both say next year the estimates are in the 700 hundreds. Nothing exact. grr

    Im currently on a 1.6 hatch for 500 a year but because im a first year driver and under 21 its a bit pricy.

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    Is what i said in my second post possible? or is that illegal? Dont want any issues.

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    If youre the main driver but not named as such on the policy then its illegal.

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    But it is legal if forexample i dirve your car once?
    Because both your car is insured and so am i

    Do i have to be the main driver on my policy for it be legal to drive your car? Or isit not important. And it has to be fully comp correct?

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    Depends on your policy, if it states on the certificate of motor insurance under the 'cover' section something like - Fully comprehensive and 3rd partyonly on other insured vehicles with owners consent - then yes, if not you'd need to be added to the policy.

    And by the sounds of it (as you want to buy one) it'll be your car, and really nothing to do with your dad, expcept him getting you cheap insurance.

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    i'm not the main driver on mine, my dad is, so i only pay very little.
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