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Insurance who's best with mods?????

glaz350

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Hi all,

Insured my stock VE SS with real insurance last year $870 full comp sweet.told them in the future may do some mods
exhaust etc:not a major prob they told me just tell them and they will adjust policy NO big drama they told me.

Well Insurance time came around and they told me NO were not insuring you piss off:bomb: so have been shopping around and its like $2000-$2700 ####en rude mate.I have 65% NCB 44yr driver car's garaged.Robbing bastards!

So my question is who's good insure in NSW for a few mods ?







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helmotbros

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Aami are pretty cheap, they actually own just car, but you don't have to pay the ridiculous "vehicle excess" that a v8 attracts with just car.
 

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Try GIO. I had my old clubby with them and declared all mods.
 

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Nrma have been my pick so far. Have never had an issue so far. Very well priced too
 

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Nothing wrong with Insurance Companies. You have to understand that they offer, for a price (depending on your age, driving record, vehicle make, engine, modifications etc) to cover your vehicle against various risks. They consider all aspects of you, your vehicle (make/model/engine) and set the premium accordingly. If you are confronted with a high premium then obviously and logically you must be considered as a HIGH risk - to them and they're probably trying to politely tell you that they simply don't want you or your business. That's their prerogative as it is yours to choose or change Insurance Companies etc.
 

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Have your circumstances changed in the last 12 months? any claims? moved to minto and live in a tent with no garage? Have you carried out any of the mods to your car you mentioned? there has to be a reason for the insurance company to go from a reasonable annual fee to completely punting you altogether
 

glaz350

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Never made a claim or lost points gold licence that's why I was pretty shocked must be the suburb I live in:axe:
 
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