I am still getting over the shock. I bought a new car (not new new but new to me) which I am collecting tomorrow. At present, I have a 1998 Honda Civic which cost me £280 a year ago and is insured with Lloyds. So I thought it would be easier to stay with the same insurance company, rather than fiddle about so I went to their website to get a quote for the new car. New car is an 08 plate, Peugeot 407, costing £2,295. The online quote told me £352, which is £100 less than the Honda (go figure, as our American friends would say). But, as I'm already with them, I phoned up. Oh, yes, we can do that, she says. I pay monthly which at the moment is £43, so I was expecting £35 or thereabouts, but no. Future payments after 1st June will be £100 and something. I stopped listening then. Why? says I. A new quote is £352 for the year and you're telling me if I change cars as an established customer, I have to pay over £1000. I was absolutely livid. I bank with Lloyds and have been with Lloyds car insurance for years, I have been driving for nearly fifty years and never had an accident that was my fault, but they are far more interested in new customers with no established record who might move elsewhere after a year. Needless to say, I told her to cancel my current policy and I took myself off to moneysupermarket for a better option.