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DJDUNKY
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Insuring KITT

on Fri Mar 18, 2011 3:14 pm
Hi Guys,

Who is everyone insuring with? I've just tried Peter James and they refused to insure the car but I have another replica (Not KITT) with them. I also want a wedding policy if possible.

Thanks

Duncan
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Newcastle knight
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Re: Insuring KITT

on Fri Mar 18, 2011 5:07 pm
Im with MCE at the moment, i was with Graham Sykes for years but MCE were cheaper by over 200 quid last year so i changed.

im not sure if either of those do wedding cover etc though
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warlord
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Re: Insuring KITT

on Fri Mar 18, 2011 8:20 pm
I'm with adrian flux, was just over £200 last year and that with kitt being my only car.
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Re: Insuring KITT

on Fri Mar 18, 2011 9:02 pm
Weird that, i know loads of people that swear by adrian flux, but ive tried them 3 times and they have always been the most expensive ?!
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Re: Insuring KITT

on Fri Mar 18, 2011 9:14 pm
I was with CIC but now with adrian Flux
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Re: Insuring KITT

on Fri Mar 18, 2011 9:15 pm
I was with CIC but now with adrian Flux
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Newcastle knight
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Re: Insuring KITT

on Fri Mar 18, 2011 9:24 pm
mines up for renewal next month so i might give adrian flux a call, you never know, 4th time lucky ?
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Dave Stapley
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Re: Insuring KITT

on Fri Mar 18, 2011 10:16 pm
I left Adrian Flux as they wanted nearly £700, im now with 2gether insurance and im paying £250.
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warlord
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Re: Insuring KITT

on Fri Mar 18, 2011 10:35 pm
Mine's up for renewal next month and I doubt I'll be staying with them as I made a claim, the courtasy car alone was £125 a day. So they'll probably try to get some back lol.
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stue
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Re: Insuring KITT

on Sat Mar 19, 2011 12:37 am
i went with frank pickles this year £195,
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KnaresboroughKnight
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Re: Insuring KITT

on Sat Mar 19, 2011 10:13 am
Never take Adrian Flux's first quote, they will often try to match offers. Generally you get more included in their cover so its worth haggling.
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knight2
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Re: Insuring KITT

on Sat Mar 19, 2011 3:51 pm
Newcastle knight wrote:Im with MCE at the moment, i was with Graham Sykes for years but MCE were cheaper by over 200 quid last year so i changed.

im not sure if either of those do wedding cover etc though

Hi Scott

I'm with MCE too.
Adrian Flux got more expensive every year for me despite the fact your age is acummilating and i had no claims.
MCE ONLY do Fully Comp too and is the best bet.
I started of With Graham Sykes and for a newbie they are very competitive and will insure younger drivers too ( as will A.Flux).
Some just go for a really 'bare bones' policy from an unknown insurer and pay around £130.........you pays your monies and makes your choice.

It all depends on where you live,your age,is this your main car, garaged,limited mileage,any previous accidents/points on your licence (tut ,tut).
Also it's worth remembering ALL insurers will tempt you to go with them and ,if you stay with them a few years, you always get penalised for it.
Some say they give a 5% loyalty bonus but the price just keeps climbing.
I always assumed the more mature a driver you were your policy reflected this too.As we all know younger drivers are usually BIG RISK.

........................ Rolling Eyes
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Newcastle knight
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Re: Insuring KITT

on Sat Mar 19, 2011 7:38 pm
Yeah lots of different factors, when i first got the car mine started out at about 840 quid for the year, but i hadnt long turned 20 so i didnt think it was too bad for a 5 litre V8 monster !

My premiums kept dropping quite a lot over the years which i was really happy with, and the insurer told me it wasnt just because i was getting older or no claims, it was to do with driving that particular car for another year, they classed it as another years experience of driving it which made the cost come down too.
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elvis
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Re: Insuring KITT

on Sun Mar 20, 2011 8:22 am
Mine is insured with sure term as i got a good deal with them and their customer service is brillant.
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