drift car insurance

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  1. sideway-z

    sideway-z Member

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    im looking for some advice on getting my drift car on the road ive set the wheels in motion as in getting mot next week and will tax shortley after but i am looking at insurance at around £800 im 25 with clean licence and 6years no claims but cant get any cheeper is that cheep for insurance or am i thinking too much towards my daily driver which is 2.5ltr and only £350 fully comp im trying to insure a sr20 s14a anyone know any decent insurance brokers or tips to cheep insurance cheers
     
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    You tried the sponsors on here, Sky Insurance?
     
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    Will do Monday morning didn't even know of them
     
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    Tried adrian flux? I will be giving them a call monday as my insurance is up for renewal soon and they're a modified specialist. A few of my mates have recommended them highly
     
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    Sky did me a really good deal on my R32......i was 23, 3points, 3 year NCD, fully comp, all MODS declared for £1000 a year :)
    Talk to them on then phone as there customer service is great!!
     
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    I personally wouldn't bother with Adrian Flux, when ever I have tried them they are always very expensive.

    Sky are always good , as are Footman and James got classic insurance (vehicle has to be over 15years old)
     
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    Another vote for Sky, they have always given me the lowest quotes
     
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    Im also gonna give sky a call i hear good things, as im getting expensive quotes for a modded e36 325
     
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    Stay away from Adrian Flux,because you're gonna have to put the mileage box inside of your car to monitor your mileage and you have to charge this piece of shit every day plus the fact that they are pretty expensive as well.Personal experience m8.
     
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    ^^^What he said ,Don't bother with them unless you want shite customer service ,took out with a policy with them and it turned out not to be valid ,countless emails from me involved me making an expensive satellite phone call from a ship where I got passed from department to department for 50 mins ended up having the policy cancelled and me losing out 50 quid.
     
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    Sky all the way, they just about cut all my other quotes in half on both skyline and my BM, even with all mods declared. And you don't have to spend an hour explaining what a welded diff is pmsl
     
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    I found it was cheaper at Greenlight for me than Sky, and they included my turbo as well.
     
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    I'd have to say sky insurance too they always seem the best for me.
     
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    Sorry to ask another question on your thread...
    Is it better to ask these companies online through go compare etc or can you ask them directly?
     
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    Direct as you can talk to someone who knows about mods etc.

    Online is not a good idea.
     
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    Called sky last week and they were by far the cheapest.
     
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    Sky done me well . All mods declared aswel .
     
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    a quick search on here will answer all these questions
     
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