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Bell Direct Insurance and Remapping. Anyone?

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by IanL-S3, Jan 9, 2005.

  1. IanL-S3
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    [Jan 9, 2005]
    I have insured with Bell Direct because its far far cheaper than anyone else i have tried. All the usuals majors.

    As for mods, so far i have asked Bell Direct about alloys and remapping...

    Alloys - they have stated its £30 more to change the alloys (although i'll be discussing this with them if and when because the OEM's are more expensive)

    However.....
    Remapping/Chipping - they won't cover me for a chipped/remapped car.
    So does anybody have insurance with Bell Direct and have a remapped car?

    Cheers

    Ian

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    [Jan 10, 2005]
    I had to leave them and go to direct line when I started modifying. I found direct line/ tesco / priviledge cheaper than bell anyway.
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    [Jan 10, 2005]
    Ian,

    I am also insured with Bell Direct and have been for some time. I trust you are asking as you are thinking of 'chipping' your car. Was also putting some thought into changing the 'chip' so I am keen to know how you get on.

    cheers.

    tomo.
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    [Jan 10, 2005]
    I am with Adrian Flux and alloys and suspension cost nothing, however,when a chip was mentioned the quote went up by £80 for a poxy estimated 10 bhp.lol

    Athough i guess its good that i am still insurable
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