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    Default Anyone Used Swiftcover.com

    I've been with Direct Line for 5 years now. Renewal has come through at £600 and have an option with Swiftcover for £481.

    Called DL and they don't do price matching so it's goodbye to them as several others are cheaper also.

    As Swiftcover.com is an online only insurance, you don't get anything from them in the post. You even have to print your own certificate!!!! etc so this is where they can save money.

    As some companies are a bit cr*p when you need to claim and I can say DL are pretty good when you need this, but if anyone has any experience of them I'd be grateful.

    Before you ask, Adrian Flux is not competitive and I've been trough all the majors & minors today.

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    i,m with swift.com..........but having never claimed .......cant help on that department..............but certainly cheap................fully comp on my 2.0t for £184

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    Mrs R13hard (who?? ) my wife is with swiftcover.com and has made a claim, they were very very helpfull and speedy in dealing with the claim. i would recommend them to anyone

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    nice to know

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    Quote Originally Posted by R13hard View Post
    Mrs R13hard (who?? ) my wife is with swiftcover.com and has made a claim, they were very very helpfull and speedy in dealing with the claim. i would recommend them to anyone
    Thanks m8, just what I needed to sign up

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    no problem. i will be switching to them myself when it's time to renew.

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    just checked mine with them,and it comes out at 230.that its for a 1.8sri vvt 06.dl is cheaper than swift.com by about 30 quid.this is my third qoute on the net ,and each time the model comes up as xp,so sorry to be a bit dim,but what is xp?

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    XP is the VXR bodykit and wheels fitted to a non-vxr car..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gsi3.2 View Post
    XP is the VXR bodykit and wheels fitted to a non-vxr car..
    thanks gsi,just shows what intrest i have when i buy a car.hopefully i will see the gang next sunday at york,and they will put me straight

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    was with them not any more................

    read the small print. they will not cover you to drive other cars unless its an emergency. that means an emergency (life or death) so if you use this facility its not for you.

    i have seized cars with this little gem of information............

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