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Hi all,

As per title really, who are you using for insurance ? At present I have my P1 on a multicar with my other two cars but I guess a R32 isn't going to be looked on favourably by Admiral.

Summer use only, May to October with approxmately 3k per year, all mods declared and a guaranteed value would be nice.

Chris.
 

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I'm with Classicline insurance, extremely competitive.
The likes of Adrien Flux and A Plan couldn't even get close.
 

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Do you mind me asking how much roughly ? Im tail end of my 30's with a clean license and plenty of no claims.
 

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Do you mind me asking how much roughly ? Im tail end of my 30's with a clean license and plenty of no claims.
350GBP inc agreed value, and all mods declared.
 

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Excellent, thanks for the PM and rough guides. As with most insurance companies I see the price varies, usually down to age, location, overnight parking etc. Being 36 with quite a few years of no claims and a garage will hopefully be to my advantage.

Thanks folks.
 

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location is the most important aspect AFAIK. My East London Postcode virtually doubles my premium compare to that paid elsewhere.
 
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Hi all,

As per title really, who are you using for insurance ? At present I have my P1 on a multicar with my other two cars but I guess a R32 isn't going to be looked on favourably by Admiral.

Summer use only, May to October with approxmately 3k per year, all mods declared and a guaranteed value would be nice.

Chris.
Hi,
Feel free to give us a try if you like. If you wanted to PM me your details I'd be happy to arrange for one of my quotes team to give you a call back.
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Green Light Insurance on the forum. £580 on my R32 GTR, all mods declared, I think it was 6k miles a year.
I have been very disappointed by other insurers who advertise on this forum and/or thread. I wouldn't hesitate to go back to Green Light.
 

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Admiral have been fantastic with me. 3rd cheapest quote when I originally bought the car a year ago. Standard 59 plate Black Edition. 37 zero points. Hadn't heard of the cheaper 2 companies so went with Admiral. 5000k a year ltd mileage less than a grand.

Rang them this year to update as picked up 3 points. Ran it through the systems and put an extra hundred quid on the premium. Asked the girl if there was a "sharpening of pencil" available? Result a hundred quid off for being a loyal customer!!

Result :)))))
 

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Car I'm interested in is a R32, so assumed I would need specialist with it being an import, but might try admiral in the 1st instance seeing as Im with them anyways - although wary about the value, doubt they would give a full value rebate if anything untoward happened.

Used Adrian Flux when I was about 20 for a 2.0 SEAT and had a positive experience, so may take you up on the offer once I know more about the R32.

Again, thanks for the additional input folks.
 

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any insurer who advertises on this site does so becasue they should be competetive on the Skylines. The only thing they can't control is postcode risk.

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As per title really, who are you using for insurance ? At present I have my P1 on a multicar with my other two cars but I guess a R32 isn't going to be looked on favourably by Admiral.
I had my R35 on my multi car policy and my R32 is on there now... untill it's too heavilly modified and has to come off. :)
 

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I had my R35 on my multi car policy and my R32 is on there now... untill it's too heavilly modified and has to come off. :)
I'm just in the process of looking at putting mine on a multicar policy with agreed value and all mods declared so you should be fine with yours for a while yet ;)

Mook, I've had the old chestnut here; went through a quote with a trader who's posted in this thread, I didn't reveal my GTROC membership / register name until after the quote, only to be told it was already discounted so in other words, there is no GTROC/Register discount, it's just sales tactics...
 

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Mook, I've had the old chestnut here; went through a quote with a trader who's posted in this thread, I didn't reveal my GTROC membership / register name until after the quote, only to be told it was already discounted so in other words, there is no GTROC/Register discount, it's just sales tactics...
That's fairly common with any ownership/enthusiasts club. It encourages you to phone though.

They have a certain amount to play with. The bottom line is the bottom line, irrespective of where the discounts come from. The underwriters have a cost and the broker has a figure they want to earn. :)
 

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That's fairly common with any ownership/enthusiasts club. It encourages you to phone though.

They have a certain amount to play with. The bottom line is the bottom line, irrespective of where the discounts come from. The underwriters have a cost and the broker has a figure they want to earn. :)
They shouldn't be allowed to falsely advertise on here that discounts are given to members though, that's misleading and misrepresenting the truth. There is no discount given to members that any of the general public do not also receive. It's like the 'Harvey's sale' :D
 
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