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Discussion in 'Insurance - Sponsored by Sky Insurance' started by Bulbul68, Feb 21, 2014.

  1. Bulbul68
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    [Feb 21, 2014]
    Peeps,
    just got a quote from Admiral regarding insurance on a stage one chipped car and they say that as long as it's not an increase of more that 25% bhp! they'll cover it. So for me it's about an extra £70 per year, how's that sound?
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    [Feb 21, 2014]
    Maybe try getting some other quotes as a benchmark?
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    [Feb 21, 2014]
    I've found Elephant/Admiral (same company) very good with mods, just gone onto a 3 car multi policy with them. Apart from being very well priced it is also easy to discuss your individual needs on the phone, something that is not true of many companies these days.
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    [Feb 22, 2014]
    Admiral are daylight thieves. try Chris Knott above they just saved me £254 from least year with numerous mods.
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    [Feb 22, 2014]
    Thanks guys, some food for thought, will consider Chris Knott come renewal time, cheers.
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    [Feb 22, 2014]
    £254 is more than I pay for a 3.0tdi with map and alloys declared :)
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    [Feb 22, 2014]
    You are probably older than me with more NCB :)
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    [Feb 23, 2014]
    Sadly true, I'm at that time when insurance costs less than vel, mind you I've now got a cab, grey(ish) hair is part of the look :).
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    [Feb 24, 2014]
    Chris is right. We also insure people on here on our scheme. Give us a try :)
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    You would do better taking a **** into your hands and clapping than let the mongtards at Admiral/Bell/Elephant/Diamond anywhere near your cars cover. Had several dealings with them and always been a total ball ache.
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    [Mar 2, 2014]
    I've had no choice but to go with Admiral for the last few years - nobody else even got close to their quotes.

    Fortunately I haven't had to make a claim, but I've heard very few good things and a lot of bad from them. If you have Admiral as your insurer, I'd recommend getting Audi's Ensurance (free for 3 years), on the theory that it's better to run the claim through them rather than Admiral.
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    My Admiral claim went tits up, in terms of Admiral and claims they've royally taken the piss not concluding by renewal time tying me in with another year charging stupid amounts because they class it as 0 years no claims despite if it had been sorted this would be 3+, still hasn't done anything despite sending all evidence and repair costs, even tried getting me to put the claim through a third party company bloody con artists.
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