Cheap car insurance with no deposit
We have all had that horrible sinking feeling when our car insurance renewal form has arrived through the letterbox. Fair enough, we have heard that insurance costs have risen worldwide and that insurance for cars has gone up through the roof but these are problems that affect other people, not us! Well, the day has arrived when we must pay, like everyone else, for all the disasters which have befallen the insurers industry over the last 12 months, from tsunamis to young drivers causing motorway pileups, and we are faced with the hard and simple fact that no matter how unpalatable it is, we have no choice but to pay out for a car insurance policy. We get onto the Internet to try to find a cheaper quotation, but if anything they are all even more mind boggling than the one that we have been offered already, so what do we do? Well, one option is to pay up with a grin and forget about that two weeks on the Costa Blanca that you had planned, and the other is to investigate the possibilities of this newfangled no deposit car insurance that you have heard all about recently; perhaps from here.
No deposit is perhaps a misnomer; delayed deposit is a far more accurate description. No insurance company can truthfully offer a truly zero deposit car insurance policy because it simply would not be a legal contract. Under British law, and as far as I can work out just about every other countries law as well, it is necessary for every contract, including an insurance contract, to include what is legally called a consideration, and which in non-jargonese means that you have to either pay up front or provide at least a deposit. You do in fact pay a deposit, but it is done by credit card which means that you do not actually have to face the bill for this for some considerable time. This means that you can get insured right away without having to pay anything up front out of your own pocket.
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