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Discussion in 'Insurance & Finance' started by gasman2, May 31, 2015.
what companies are u guys using admiral dont want to cover a supercharger conversion
Try LV or Aviva. Failing that try a specialist broker
Adrian Flux specialise in modified cars.
As above. Adrian flux.
They will cover all modifications and have for me
For my Porsche I am insured through Markerstudy via A Plan. The Thatacham office is their modified/specialist cars office. I simply notify A Plan of my mods and keep a track of those comms as my back up. There have been no fees to add further mods.
My track prepared M3 is insured by REIS, they were cheaper for me than Adrian Flux and they understand major modifications.
I have all my cars with Competition Car insurance .All mods declared .Premiums very reasonable and excellent service . One of their policies includes 6 Trackdays insurance cover !
Do any of the listed policies cover the mods?
By that i mean if the worst was to happen do you just get market value back?
I have mine covered so the mods get replaced and a agreed valuation on the car.
Looking to see what else is out there
Yes Mat , they cover agreed value with supporting documentation/pictures and also all mods that are listed !
It's the only way really to insure our steeds !
Adrian flux for me.
All mods declared and agreed value for complete vehicle......ironically only a few hundred quid more than when it was standard
I have a 4.6l V8 (non MB) which has been supercharged, insured through Peter Best, better rates than A Flux, often helps if you're a member of an owners club.