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Heavily Modified 4x4 Insurance

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The Moose

Original Poster:

14,693 posts

121 months

Saturday 29th September 2012
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So, once again, I'm looking for insurance for a heavily modified 4x4 where the main driver will be a 25 year old male with reasonable driving history. Who are the prime suspects to try?

bmwdrivernigel

8,596 posts

136 months

Saturday 29th September 2012
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Try Lancaster, we've used them for a couple of off-roaders and they have been ok.

Muf90

34 posts

57 months

Sunday 30th September 2012
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Try adrian flux, my hybrid is insured for £250 a year limited mileage all mods declared (twin winch, suspension, roll cage etc etc)

fesuvious

4,949 posts

153 months

Sunday 30th September 2012
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All of mine have always been through Graham Sykes

Ray Luxury-Yacht

8,585 posts

128 months

Sunday 30th September 2012
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Flux took all my mental mods without batting an eyelid - £300 pa fully comp for my monster...


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Ray Luxury-Yacht

8,585 posts

128 months

Sunday 30th September 2012
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Flux took all my mental mods without batting an eyelid - £300 pa fully comp for my monster...


sexyzuki

114 posts

118 months

Wednesday 3rd October 2012
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A-plan insurence (Norwich branch) - amazing and blew Flux right out of the water (more than half price even though I'd been a with Flux the year before).

I think Flux are crap now (used to have 3 cars with them but now only 1 and thats reluctantly) - shame 'cos they used to be the absolute business.

Ash From Flux

1,138 posts

80 months

Friday 5th October 2012
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Hello
If you are still looking and would like a quote from Flux, feel free to pm me some details.
Thanks
Ash

eltax91

6,675 posts

118 months

Friday 5th October 2012
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Try '2gether' insurance brokers. They have always been great for me. 165 quid a year for my modified defender. I'm 29, decent post code....

PTE993

106 posts

127 months

Tuesday 9th October 2012
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+1 for 2gether. Also try Glynwood. Think they're both underwritten by Highway who accepts the mods at a low premium.