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zebra

Ford Insurance

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So I asked a few weeks ago about the new shape fiesta and got some very helpful replies. So I'm hoping i can get some again.

So my mom took the plunge and bought a new fiesta, and she rang up for the free ford insurance so she could get the car registered, and they have offered her a good deal for an annual policy including bridging insurance (or somthing similar) for the first year and offered to pay the cancellation fees from her current insurers. She rang her current insurers who couldnt match the quote so she is considering moving to the ford insurance.

So, is it any good??

has anyone used it and know how helpful they are should a claim be made

anyone heard and reviews (good or bad) about it?

should she avoid it?

many thanks

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Ford use Royal Sun Alliance to provide their cover, it is good but if you go to RSA direct it's usually cheaper.

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I'm with RSA, they're excellent in my experience.

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I'm just about to move away from Ford Insure (due to price issues only), but I had to make a claim for the loss of my car earlier in the year and they (RSA) were absolutely brilliant. It was dealt with by one individual throughout who was always helpful, and from the car being stolen to being in the new car was just 3 weeks!

To be honest after all the horror stories you hear about insurance companies, I was expecting the worst, but in the end I was pleasantly surprised.

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