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    Best & Cheapest Insurance Company for Mods?

    Whats the best and cheapest insurance company people know of for cars with mods on them?

    Mines up for renewal at the end of the month and its looking minging!! LOL

    Much help is appreciated.

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    re: Best & Cheapest Insurance Company for Mods?

    I'm paying just over £300 with More Than for a 1.6 16valve G. I can do any cosmetic mods I want with no change to the premium. Engine mods will affect the premium.

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    Liverpool Victoria - £480 FC (Class 1 business usage) on a 2.2SRi - all mods declared.

    Same conditions are Graeme_SXI - all cosmetic mods included + allowed 10% increase in BHP before the premimun is affected (doesn't include major body mods such as kits etc).

    The trouble with insurance is that it's a post code lottery and is drastically affected by where you live.

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    adrian flux might be worth a visit too

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    I dont advise adrian flux if you want protected no claims, I went with tesco they were more expensive that adrian, about £10 more than my renewal but would allow me to do mods and protected no claims, any cosmetic included except lowering which is another £30 or so and performance upto 10 % before it affects premium.

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