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Best insurer for mods

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by mac1403, Jun 29, 2006.

  1. mac1403
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    anyone have any ideas who would be the best for mods, did a search on confused.com and it would be cheaper to insure a 2 tear old S4 than my old B5 with a milltek, induction kit and chip
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    I think you need to resize your avatar.

    Adrian Flux are meant to be good.
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    mmmmmm, know what you mean about the pic, but how do I either get rid of it or re-size it
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    Cheapest i found was Admiral, £800 for my b5 S4, 3 years NCB & all mods declared.
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    Another vote for Flux, make sure you declare all mods up front as they have a habit of charging a £25 "ADMIN" fee to add anything to the policy, even if no increase has taken place
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    greenlight are very mod friendly and do track days too
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    Im with Privilege and when asked about any mods, they seemed pretty good about it and cheap too, for me anyways.
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