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Carpmart

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I saw a thread the other day with a few members detailing what they paid to insure their M5's and with whom. I just can't find the thread now, can anyone help?

Alternatively, where is the most sympathetic (good value) M5 insurance to be sourced?

Thanks

sumo69

1,522 posts

103 months

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Admiral seem to come out quite well for anything powerful - cheapest for 3 years on my GTR.

David

Daaaveee

509 posts

106 months

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Admiral for me too on a Multicar policy. Quite reasonable at £1200 for a 26 year old considering the car.

Carpmart

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I'm at 40 odd years so which insurance company for the old farts?

tjlazer

422 posts

57 months

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Admiral here too, just got my premium down with them after a chat, even though I had to add a speeding ticket. Try confused.com and see if they're near the top.
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Carpmart

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The problem I have is that this is an additional car I'm adding to the fleet and don't have any no claims to use. I therefore need a good broker who understands the risk (minimal) and can talk to and explain the position to the underwriters.

For kit cars there are a few specialists brokers like Adrian Flux and 2gether insurance who specialise in the kit car market. I've also used competition car insurance.

Any specialist companies for M cars?

Carpmart

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LV ended up the best value deal. What appears good cover for £450, 12k miles inc business travel.
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