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Thread: Insurance - Who's with who?

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    2nd Gear jimmyconway's Avatar
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    Re: Insurance - Who's with who?

    Brentacre all day long.

    Brentacre cover modified cars all makes & modelís on a brake horse power limit basis, which allows the vehicle to be modified up to the agreed B.H.P. limit with all other cosmetic & mechanical changes, at no extra cost (and unlike others they donít charge admin fees when you advise them of mid term cosmetic mods).

    Top drawer customer service. I can't fault them.


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    Re: Insurance - Who's with who?

    Im with Adrian Flux and have been for a good few years now as they are the only company that will find a insurer that cover all the mods on the cars ive had.

    I pay about £400 a year fully comp which aint ba considering how much of the cab has been changed.
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    Re: Insurance - Who's with who?

    But on a side note...

    Under no circumstances will anyone who is knowingly and openly publicising that they do not have legal insurance cover be welcomed on any convoy with the club as I personally and any member of Staffs-VW will not be held accountable for the actions of any illegal drivers who put other people at risk.

    We do not condone this in any way or form.

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    Re: Insurance - Who's with who?

    I've re-opened this topic now. PLease take note and keep on track... Posts have been removed and a few comments edited from the ones left to keep things nice and friendly....

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    Re: Insurance - Who's with who?

    Brentacre are really good, I had my mk2 insured with them with all mods declared.

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    Re: Insurance - Who's with who?

    Quote Originally Posted by BVR Dave View Post
    Brentacre are really good, I had my mk2 insured with them with all mods declared.

    hearing a few good things about these... might be worth a call next year

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    Re: Insurance - Who's with who?

    I tried Brentacre for a quote in April and they were about £100 more expensive than Flux. Was tempted as ive been with them before and you talk to real people who know about cars etc but being cash trapped times as they are i stuck with Flux.

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    Re: Insurance - Who's with who?

    always been with adrian flux
    always gave me best quotes and always knock extra couple hundred off any other quote i find

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    Re: Insurance - Who's with who?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dubbernut View Post
    I tried Brentacre for a quote in April and they were about £100 more expensive than Flux. Was tempted as ive been with them before and you talk to real people who know about cars etc but being cash trapped times as they are i stuck with Flux.
    might try these but toni was looking at admiral multi car today and for both of us fully comp it was 1200 which is 300 quid each cheaper than we pay now so may be looking at these come november
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    Re: Insurance - Who's with who?

    Well for many many year I've always use CIS the coop for cars and bikes but the prices never came down each year as the car got older. In 2003 I was paying £517 for a 1993 Rover 216 GTi. I thought this is ridiculous so I Googled around and found Esure I was paying £224 for the same cover with full NCD, protected NCD and a named driver. I've been with them ever since, I now pay £320 for my current car the GTD. Oh I'm 55.
    2010 Golf GTD (170) CBBB, 5 Door, Shadow Blue (P6/D5Q), Flat Tyre Indicator, Basic Protection Pack + VCDS.

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