Owning a seven-seater car or buying one for the first time is an exciting event. However, there are many things to consider when buying a larger vehicle, one is the tax implications and the other is insurance.
Seven Seat Car Insurance can cost less than you think. More often than not its cheaper than a sports car, it all depends on the engine size and your personal circumstances.
Provide Details About Yourself
As with any quote for your 7-seater, you need to fill in a few details about yourself: employment, where you live, how often and how far you expect to drive the car, and if you're insured on other cars. The frequency of driving the car can mean two things: an increased chance of having an accident and if it's parked for long periods of time then there is a chance of it being stolen. It's a fine line between the two, but honesty is the best policy to ensure you will be covered for every eventuality.
Secure Online Encryption
Some people may be worried about buying online but thanks to the secure order form, which boasts a 128-bit SSL encryption, you should be relieved of any doubt. What's more, the quotes are based on the amount of no-claims bonus (NCB) you have and the size of the MPV's engine, not on the amount of seats you have. This means that the new Bluemotion VWs with their 1.6-litre diesel engines or the 1.7-litre diesel engine in the Vauxhall Zafira are just as affordable to insure as a car with the same engine. If you opt for a 3.2-litre V6, then of course, you'd expect to pay a little more, fuel consumption and road tax.
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