When it comes to paying out for your car insurance premiums then the younger driver has always come out the worst. It is a well known fact that the younger driver will have to pay top price for the luxury of driving. However there are ways that the young motorist can make savings when it comes to their car insurance, one of the best ways that the younger person can make savings is by being careful what type of car they choose to drive.
For example, according to recent research, one of the cheapest cars that you can insure is the original Beetle. If a 17 year old was to insure this car and take out third party fire and theft then it could be insured for under a four figure sum. This is the only car that costs less than a four figure sum and after this a 17 year old can expect to pay much more and up to as high as £1336 per year.
The Vauxhall Corsa is the next choice when it comes to the cheapest premiums; this is followed by the Peugeot 106, the Fiat Panda, the old favourite the Mini, Fiat Uno, Citroen AX, Peugeot 205, Renault 5 and finally the Vauxhall Agila.
Another consideration to take into account is the size of the engine of the car. The larger the engine size then the higher premium you will have to pay. As a general rule of thumb you should always stick with an engine size that is less than one litre, if you choose a car with a bigger engine then you can expect your premium to go sky high. A good example of this is a 17 year old chooses a car with a 1.0 litre engine then you could expect to pay around £1336, however if you go to a 1.4 then you can expect to pay at least £4000.
So now you know how to make savings when it comes to your choice of car the best way to get your insurance for your car is to shop online. Shopping online for your insurance you are able to make comparisons with many insurers in order to get the best deal available for your age. Not only this you are also able to find out the different components that are available for you to take with your insurance should you wish to, but of course adding to your policy will boost the price considerably.
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