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i have recently sent off my licence and paid the fine for my final 3 of 6 points within my first 2 years (yes i know im stupid before you all start) :p

 

im now getting car insurance quotes for when i repass my test but does anyone know on comparison sites how i would get an accurate quote? they ask about any bans in length of months but you dont get "banned" as such for a time period so i dont know if the quotes im getting are right. im putting held licence for less than 1 month so should that make them aware.

 

Any help greatly appreciated!

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Personally I wouldn't bother looking for other quotes at this stage, insurance companies can change their rates (premiums charged) on a monthly or even weekly basis. Your best bet would be to wait until a month before you come off of your ban to get a more accurate quote.

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Your best bet would be to wait until a month before you come off of your ban to get a more accurate quote.

 

but the thing is im not getting banned for a lenght of time, im not getting banned at all. its just they revoke your licence and you have to retake your test.

 

my question is if for example i had just repassed my test today is it possible for me to get an accurate quote online. on the conviction codes (sp30 for example) there is a totting up of 12 points but there doesnt seem to be one for the new driver rule. do i just have to put full licence held for less than one month and that should be it or what?

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I don't understand why you can't continue your current insurance?

 

If you want a new policy now, you will have to tell them of the convictions and the fact that you are on a provisional licence - that should be sufficient.

 

Since your circumstances are not straightforward, it may be that on-line quoting is not for you and you should approach a broker to work on your behalf.

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