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Discussion in 'Detailing - Sponsored by Slim's Detailing' started by jxm96c, Jul 29, 2004.

  1. jxm96c

    jxm96c Member

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    Hi all, was just wondering if there is a price threshold for 3rd party cover? Or does it depend on what group it is? As I might be getting a 2nd hand import as a fun car but just want to insure it for 3rd party fire and theft. Looking at about 4k, is that too high to be eligible for that?
     
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  3. AndyMac

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    This is a good point. I've never understood why insurance companies stipulate a limit as it's none of their business whether you choose to have an expensive car only insured 3rd party.
    I don't know what the limit is and I guess it varies from company to company. £4k should be alright, but if you're going 3rd party only just lie to them about how much it is worth!
     
  4. technics100

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    I Just insured my car with admiral, anything below £5000 and you can get third party, they were cheap for insurance too.

    cheers
     
  5. jimboA3

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    the reasons behind it is that if you want to insure an expensive car 3rd party then they assume your not gonna look after it , and dont really give a sh*t and hence would rather not insure you in the first place .
     

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