sorta motor that isn't cheap no matter which way you go........
plus you don't know what any company is like until it comes to a claim.
There seems to be a load of new names popping up. What about the one Michael
Winner advertises on TV..........just can't think of it now........bloody
hell I watched it 10 times a night for 12 months or more............must be
Have you tried http://www.moneysupermarket.com/ ? I was pleasantly surprised
at the quote I got from their search engine and took out the policy for my
323. Not sure how the search engine will deal with an M3 but you can give
it a whirl.
I think this an important point ("Not sure what they are like as a company
") Note the comment about Direct Line not paying out easily earlier this
thread. I have Norwich Union (good payout record). There seem to be two
ways of getting to them
- NU Direct (also via web)
- Via a broker. (I use a small one in the City called John Ansell, tel:
NU Direct may be cheaper, ironically.
For direct contact replace nospam with schmetterling
"Keith" < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
Shouldn't that be, there are only 1 type of people, those that understand
binary, and those that don't.
Those that do are 1, those that don't are 0. Your representation can go to
3, technically -- 11 = 3. 10 = 2, I get it. The range is greater than the
In that case, you only need 1. 1 in binary can accomodate two conditions.
There are 1 type of people, those that understand binary and those that
And, that's 10 bin = 2 dec, not the other way around.
Generally speaking I laugh out loud when I get quotes from the AA. In
fact, I'm surprised they even offered insurance at all.
I'm currently with tesco and pay something around 750 per year.
Before then it was Peart who try to price match, so shop around then
give them a call.
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