You need to enter your info, then wait about 10 minutes whilst the site searches a dozen or so insurers.
I'd been with Direct Line for 8 years until I discovered this site at renewal a couple of weeks ago. Direct Line had always been cheapest for me when getting individual quotes. This year they quoted £550 - that's comprehensive cover for me and my wife on a 2 litre manual 156, 9 years Protected No Claims, with a motorway speeding offence and 3 points in April 2002.
Confused went away and did its thing, and came back with 7 insurers which beat Direct Line, the best being Norwich Union at £390 (plus £25 cashback for going via Confused.com). A significant saving!
Herts insurance are my lowest quote 29 year in hertford 146 2.0 ti modded to 175 bhp = £336 a year, google it and they haggle too
Had my westfield with HIC, dead cheap - 2 ppl (both under 25), insurance was £600 total........ I then tried insuring the 145 qv with them, and they would not insure me, gave some drivel about Alfas arent the type of cars they usually insure hhhhmmmmkkkkkay then
Esure (and now First Alternative) have always been pretty good prices for us.
Even when we were under 30!!
The Owners Club do have a scheme through Chris Knott.
I used Esure last year, but Chris Knott beat them by a fair margin this time. You do need to be an AROC member though. forgotten how much it was, but mines a group higher than a TS, and I'm older and wiser(!!) so the amount is not that relevent.
I've just gone with NorwichUnionDirect ("quote me happy") for my 156 2.0JTS, as the cheapest I could find (£430), although a month after I took out my cover with them, FirstAlternative launched their new company and I could have got a policy with them for just £380....
Chris Knot will only beat written quotes, so if you get a quote from the net, he does not have to beat it.
I think this is why I managed to get him to beat Esure this time around, because I had a written renewal quote from them.