Should I Trust Cheap Car Insurance No Deposit?

Very cheap car insurance no deposit, any good?

I recently purchased a second car and am currently searching for insurance with reasonable rates. It will serve as a work vehicle when I start my summer job as a delivery driver and will need to insure it soon. It was a cash purchase but the vehicle is dependable, and I want to make sure the insurance is dependable as well. A few people have told me to just purchase cheap car insurance no deposit. I must admit the idea is very tempting but can I really trust this option?

I know this is an extremely popular among motorist but I also need to know that I can rely on it in the event of an accident or damage to my vehicle. Most people say that it is extremely reliable and offers great coverage for vehicles. My sister purchased some a few months ago and had a fender bender last week. She says that filing the claim was easy to do and the company responded in record time. What more could you ask for, right? I think I’m overthinking the entire process and should break down and call around for rates. Although I won’t be making a deposit, I still expect great coverage with affordable rates.

After weeks of putting it off, I finally broke down and called around today. I am happy to say that my second car is now fully insured. Did I mention the rates are cheap and there was no deposit required? The agent that assisted me took the time to explain every detail of my new policy and I may consider switching my other vehicle over to this company also. There are quite a few incentives offered by the company and not to mention, I get extremely reduced rates for insuring multiple vehicles. I will think about this a little more but for now, it’s time to prepare for my new gig. Also I found my no deposit insurance here: In case you’re wondering.

I will begin making deliveries in a week and can’t wait to see how much I earn the first month. The best news is that I’m not spending a large portion of my earnings on insurance for the vehicle. I have already earned the money back that I used to invest in the new vehicle. My level of excitement is elevated to above normal at this point and I am excited to see how much money I’ve saved by the end of summer.

Storm Doris Has A Lot To Answer For

// Guest post by Jay Stern who lives in London//

Last week I survived a storm. Not a big deal? Well, humour me. In England, the most extreme weather we’re accustomed to is when wind and rain combine to turn umbrellas far and wide inside out. So an actual storm with a name was a pretty big deal. The storm was called Doris. Who names these things? And why do they choose names that aren’t acceptable to humans under the age of 89?

I mean as far as global extreme weather goes storm Doris was as gentle in nature as the kind 89-year-old she was named after. But someone did die after being hit on the head with a Starbucks roof tile. That’s not meant to be funny by the way, it’s just an actual fact. So it was, like kind of bad. Definitely, the worst weather England has seen in recent history.

Why am I telling you this? Because storm Doris has forced me into financial disrepute!

I casually made my way home from work last Thursday only to find that my entire garden fence had been ripped from the ground and broken in half. No man has the strength to cause that much damage for no apparent reason. It must have been Doris.

Not the worst thing to happen. But I can’t afford a new fence, and the remains are unsalvageable.

That means I’m going to have to head to a loan company near me to borrow money with an extortionate rate of interest. Just so that my dog doesn’t run wild across both of my neighbours landscaping jobs. Making me even more unpopular than that time I accidentally drove a quad bike through the fence and halfway across Mr Next Doors prize blooms.

I guess I’ll just wave goodbye to my passable credit rating now then.