For a quote and started getting pressured into buying there and then as they beat my current renewal price. It was an excellent price but when I said I wanted to go away and compare and ring my current insurer I got the hard sell
If a company is providing a good service surely a hard sell is not necessary, I felt like putting the phone down
Directline were quite expensive, nationwide are coming up the cheapest at the moment and it seems to match my current policy but cheaper excess. Not sure how they handle claims if one was made though, but that's the trouble with most insurers.
I'm not using Adrian Flux, they only held the quote till 7pm today and said I'd lose it if I didn't purchase, so balls to them
Best keep an eye on the small print ( I konw we don't read it !! ) ..... cancellation charges etc ... bit most noticably the amount of NCB they use/record ... you can lose out if you move on again in the future....
Eg I've got in theory 40 yrs + but some do 7 , some 9 some 15, some more etc ... going the wrong way in a policy move can cost !
A good idea to keep your old policy docs to prove your history ?..lack of claims etc ..it can help !!
Got one for Me , Then one for her, and now a big one for me again, All BLOO! Well saves on the touch up paint