Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ballr24, Feb 13, 2012.
20 year old driver, insurance is insane!
If you use a blackhat method to lie n get cheaper car insurance you will be pulled up on it if you ever make a claim = don't think about it, insurance companies are very smart because they will do anything not to pay you if they can
Use excel and make one. I can give you a template
Put it under your parents name, or use an address of a friend or relative that lives in a very rural area or the most rural you can find. If you dont own anything then there is nothing to sue you for, so the injured will settle for the minimum policy that you have. On the other hand if you or your parents( if its under their name) own a lot of property, portfolio of stocks ,etc. Then do not do this because if a person is seriously injured and sues for alot of money and you have high coverages to protect yourself. The insurance will investigate and very likely deny paying anything and you may be very well liable for a lot of money. Im in the US, BTW, so in the Uk it may be a bit different but probably not.
I also use a black box - im 18 and i had quotes for 10k on a 2k car.
Used a black box - TPFT got it down to 1700
i used iKube - give them a call
also what the guy above me said about registering it with a family member in a rural area
if you dont mind telling me what is a blackbox and what is a TPFT
Black box is the GPS tracker. With Co Op this is the boxwhich measures your cornering a braking.
With iKube it just measures whether you drive between 11pm -5am
driving between them times is a big nono with these insurances as its the prime time - statistically - where us younger drivers have accidents.
With iKube, if you drive between them times you get a 100 pound fine.
TPFT is - third party fire and theft (as oppose to fully comprehensive)
is this possible??
If your meaning to use excel to create you own insurance. No.
I think I can give you a link to get the cheapest possible car insurance.
You'll just need to enter your zip code
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