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    Admiral insurance-mods--the facts!

    Thankyou Jaybee for being straight to the point!--If you don't declare mods, you have spent gawd knows£££££££££ on 'insurance' that is nothing but a document that might 'help out' if you get a producer off cops. The facts are that YOU ARE NOT COVERED IF YOU DON'T DECLARE MODIFICATIONS (EVEN IF YOUR ALLOYS ARE THE STANDARD SIZE!!!!----Don't kid yourself ! The basta--d car dealer (and a wheel dealer too!) who advised me 'not to declare' will get a peice of my mind when I see them. Yes Admiral are the cheapest in my searchings but I'm glad I took advice from JAYBEE to declare them. (£4.00 month for nice wheeels which help the cars value maintenance and helps you sleep.) Not too bad! I won't bleat about my financial situation, but I don't want any half cut booters bumping into my car if they are not covered 'properly' cos there's no such thing! You are properly insured or you are not! Scuse the rant, but it is in the right place! BE SOCIALIST AS YOU CAN! DON'T RISK IT!-----regards to all--Macka!--PS--Can anyone lend me a tenner, I'm well skint now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sc16 View Post
    Thankyou Jaybee for being straight to the point!--If you don't declare mods, you have spent gawd knows£££££££££ on 'insurance' that is nothing but a document that might 'help out' if you get a producer off cops. The facts are that YOU ARE NOT COVERED IF YOU DON'T DECLARE MODIFICATIONS (EVEN IF YOUR ALLOYS ARE THE STANDARD SIZE!!!!----Don't kid yourself ! The basta--d car dealer (and a wheel dealer too!) who advised me 'not to declare' will get a peice of my mind when I see them. Yes Admiral are the cheapest in my searchings but I'm glad I took advice from JAYBEE to declare them. (£4.00 month for nice wheeels which help the cars value maintenance and helps you sleep.) Not too bad! I won't bleat about my financial situation, but I don't want any half cut booters bumping into my car if they are not covered 'properly' cos there's no such thing! You are properly insured or you are not! Scuse the rant, but it is in the right place! BE SOCIALIST AS YOU CAN! DON'T RISK IT!-----regards to all--Macka!--PS--Can anyone lend me a tenner, I'm well skint now!
    sorry i'm late with your payment, so i've made it twenty

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    I think thats it common knowledge about declaring modifications to your vehicle bud...

    Well done on the long rant though, I totally agree with you


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    I felt my ears burning

    Glad you decided to declare, £4 a month isn't too bad, to know you're legit and you still have nice wheels

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    I think you deserve a coffee, a sit down & a few deep breaths after that

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    with everything on my car it put it up an extra £340 ye thats a lot but its worth it so u don't get in the s#it

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBee View Post
    I felt my ears burning

    Glad you decided to declare, £4 a month isn't too bad, to know you're legit and you still have nice wheels
    £48 a yr? my ins comp "virgin money" added £450 to mine...will not be renewing with them in july

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    All my mods declared with Admiral cost me an extra £60 (ish) a year, and I am only 21


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    declared my mods ,samco hoses,dumpvalve and k&n filter on my gsi and it put my ins up from £340 to nearly £500 and thats with 10 years ncb ,will not be going with Admirall next time ! was quoted less on a Skyline
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