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    Little longwinded - read on

    Hopefully this shall make sense
    I have changed my cover from a Vectra Sri to a 2.2 Astra Sri
    no issues there.
    My Mom is insured on my car as she sometimes used the vectra.
    Question is how can i insure the vectra now? Maximum of a month i would expect before i sell it.
    Can i have the vectra insured on my policy aswel as the astra?
    Or do i need a whole new policy even though i only requrie a month

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    check with your current insurer, some allow you to drive other vehicles Third party as long as you have their permission to drive.

    my insurer doesnt allow this till your 25. so i would just phone up your current insurer and just ask out of interest 'am i able to drive other vehicles under my current policy?'
    Hey Dick,whats in for the Big Brain Quiz tonight? Certainly Gents, thats 200 quid. WHAT! each! DOUBLE WHAT! Thats abit steep isnt it...? steep...its f-ing verticle!

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    well im 26 and i can drive other cars 3rd party
    but the vectra isnt insured by anyone at present, which im pretty sure a car has to be insured by someone for me to use it 3rd party

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    oo sorry mate, my bad, must have misread the post.

    only thing you can do is try and just get a 30day policy.

    these may be able to help
    http://www.ecarinsurance.co.uk/payasyougo.php
    http://www.insuredaily.co.uk/?gclid=...FYR_3godH15iCQ

    they do exist, but it may be worth shopping around to save you some money
    Hey Dick,whats in for the Big Brain Quiz tonight? Certainly Gents, thats 200 quid. WHAT! each! DOUBLE WHAT! Thats abit steep isnt it...? steep...its f-ing verticle!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan-AstraG View Post
    check with your current insurer, some allow you to drive other vehicles Third party as long as you have their permission to drive.
    The driving other cars extension covers other cars not owned by the policy holder, there's no way that would cover him.

    A lot of insurers will allow you to add another car to your policy on a temporary basis, I've done that in the past. Best to give them a phone and explain the situation.
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    Cheers Sten ill give 'bell' a bell

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