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Old 11-03-2019, 08:38 PM   #1
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hi guys want some recommendations for car insurance as am paying 96 a month for quite a few years now and it doesnt seem to go down.only have tinted windows ,lowered,air filter,front mounted intercooler.uprated discs on back and r33 gtr calipers on front.
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Old 11-03-2019, 10:02 PM   #2
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I'm with AIB and they was brill but recently they seem expensive and would have gone else where but forgot when renewal was due.
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Old 12-03-2019, 12:46 AM   #3
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I'm with A-Plan. I've got full NCD and cost has stayed about the same for my R34 (around 50pm) for a few years now even though I've gradually been adding (and reporting) mods. I thought it would have gone up if anything but they've not usually affected price except the last mod which was a turbo conversion on a non-turbo car. I think it went up by 20 or 30 quid for the year - I just remember being delighted that it was so little. I'm happy with their service too - never any problems with mods and helped me through a weird claim a few years back when a herd of cows walked into the car.
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I'm with Greenlight and for the first year of ownership I currently pay 666 (29 years old,3yr NCB). When i enquired about my power upgrade (hoping for around 420hp) they quoted another 195 or so.

Any aesthetic changes they dont charge any extra, only performance
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I was with A-plan for years until this year when green light smashed it out the park!
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I am still with Aplan my policy has ome down 20 from last year and is now 375 fully comp with mods declared
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I just started over (zero NCB because out of the country for a while), 525 through Keith Michaels (policy with Marker Study). I'm over 40, GTSt, 5000 miles per year not daily driver, turbo / ECU and other upgrades declared.
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