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Hey im 18, passed my test a few months back and have been driving for two months, i had a black box my speed, smoothness and usage was really good +9.4 but on the 25th i went 50mph in a 30mph and they cancelled my insurance b*llshit.

will i get insured again on another one, i DO NOT want a black box so will it be well expensive
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you will still get insured but it'll be alot more than last time and i mean a lot. them black boxes cause loads of trouble in my opinion
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You'll get insured again, but it won't be cheap and you'll probably have to buy it with a box again. They'll be able to see if you've had a cancelled policy on the DVLA probably.
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Why on **** earth would you have a black box those things **** you in the arse
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What insurance did you have and are you located in the US?
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OhG wroteWhy on **** earth would you have a black box those things **** you in the arse


He's not choosing to, it's becoming near impossible to get a policy without one when you first pass. :p
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Yeah you'll get insured again, but as Skylancer said, your cancelled policies show up on DVLA. You'll probably have to have another box.

Look around though, you may find an insurance company that will take you on without a box, it just may be a bit more expensive.
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OhG wroteWhy on **** earth would you have a black box those things **** you in the arse
Because it's stupidly expensive to insure a car without one when you've passed your test. I've had one since I was 18 I'm now 20.
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OhG wroteWhy on **** earth would you have a black box those things **** you in the arse


When your 17/18 and your either at uni/college or just started working you dont really have disposable income to spend £2000 + on insurance. I had to pay £2k I think for my first year with a black box and limited miles. New drivers get shafted so hard when it comes to insurance for the first year.

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You will get insured again, you just need to state that you've had a previous policy cancelled. Expect your premiums to be higher & good luck at getting a policy without a telematics box.
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