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Young driver insurance


Jul 6, 2010
Long story short, but I need to get my 19 y/o daughter out driving again. She's failed a few tests & her confidence was knocked a little, but it seem's a terrible waste of all the time & money invested so far if she gives up now. Myself & her instructor both believe all she needs is practice hours on the road to gain a little more confidence as she fails on a single daft thing.

She learnt to drive in a new model Fiesta & over the next week both myself & the missus are getting one of these. I did a multi-car quote with Admiral for me & missus to each drive each others & because I have higher NCB, my daughter to drive mine, £880, which I think is very good, and will allow her to get those practice hours in.

Anyone have any tips or experience of young / learner driver insurance?