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    Senior superstar Churchy's Avatar
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    Monaland for Green slips GOOD

    http://www.monaland.com.au/products.htm

    Dont think its possible to find a cheaper greenslip

    have to either be in MCC or Ullyses

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    David thanks for the info just paid my green slip :( but will do a quote to see how the Comparison compares .Thanks
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    Senior superstar Churchy's Avatar
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    Monaland was just over $100 cheaper than my nearest quote. So let me know what the difference would have been with yours Bongo

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    Is this only for Ulysses members?
    I let my membership slip a couple of years ago, I had nothing in common with those OLD blokes.

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    Senior superstar Churchy's Avatar
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    Yes Kev it is

    I only re joined because of the saving TBH

    Also told The Don about it as He was looking for a cheap green slip and He made a saving of 80 bucks from his closest quotes.

    For the 20 bucks membership, its well worth joing and you do get a quarterly mag :-)

    Are you old enough to join Kev? :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Churchy
    Are you old enough to join Kev? :-)
    My birth certificate and bad back says yes, my brain says no. :?

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    got a quote back and they want $427 for my 1600tbird
    gio last year was $408
    i will see what gio wants this year when it is due and go from there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vergil
    got a quote back and they want $427 for my 1600tbird
    gio last year was $408
    i will see what gio wants this year when it is due and go from there.
    If you use this link you can find out what GIO are asking now, you don't have to wait. I use this every year for all of my green slips.
    http://prices.maa.nsw.gov.au/

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    Otherwise

    Got a quote from Monaland Ulysses Insurance people, $265.00
    On the face of it that's good but I'd have to add $30.00 joining fee and $90.00 membership, that makes NRMA the best at only $320.96.
    If you are already a Ulysses member they are probably the way to go but Ulysses membership is like sleeping tablets to me.
    Felt worth showing this post here also Kev. Sleeping tablet comment had me in stitches lol

    I dont ever remember paying $90 TBH ? Just $30 a year.

    Would be interested to see how others find their quotes compare still.


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    Quote Originally Posted by admin
    Otherwise

    Got a quote from Monaland Ulysses Insurance people, $265.00
    On the face of it that's good but I'd have to add $30.00 joining fee and $90.00 membership, that makes NRMA the best at only $320.96.
    If you are already a Ulysses member they are probably the way to go but Ulysses membership is like sleeping tablets to me.
    Felt worth showing this post here also Kev. Sleeping tablet comment had me in stitches lol

    I dont ever remember paying $90 TBH ? Just $30 a year.
    You join up for 3 years at $30 / year = $90.
    Doing the sums on a one year membership I'm still better with NRMA.
    They are good for existing members or people who will get advantage to join up. I've been a member in the past and ZZzzz...

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