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Just thought I'd run it by you guys as this seems a bit too good to be true.

This is the first full year of insuring the GT-R, I also run a Corsa for work.

No other qoutes yet to compare with but the GT-R on it's own with NCP and legal is £836.

She then ran it through with the Corsa on (which doesn't run out until Dec) and got a figure of £788. The GT-R costing £611, the Corsa £177. NCP, legal etc.

So on paper this looks fantastic, even the Corsa at a full year this won't go up massively. Lowering XS brings it up to £853, but this is still way lower than how I insure now.

So, does anyone do this and find the following years premium sky rockets? It's the only thing I can think that will make this a pain if I put all the eggs in one basket?

First time of insuring 2 cars so on a learning curve, any advice would be great :)
 

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i thought the same when I first used them for multicar, added the evoque to the policy for 60 quid. Total for the evoque and gtr is 728. Absolute bargain
 

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Renewal was up to £966 this year phoned them got it down to £878 same cover.

been with them 3 years now cheapest for me by far
 

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Thanks guys, got a few other questions to ask them but it does look an unbeatable quote for me to insure both cars.

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I don't think they like modified cars much.
Possibly big mods. Declared y pipe and stg 1, under 10% increase so no problems there.

Other than eventually establishing a y pipe is an exhaust mod and yes, a remap is 'to do with the engine' we had a battle where she said my car was an import...umm nope!

Not as knowledgeable as pace ward, but gave an instant price that will take some beating.
 
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