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So, it’s that’s time of year, again - insurance renewal.

 

Any recommendations?

 

last year I was with NFU.   This year the policy has gone up £100, I’ve got a mutual bonus saving of £45.00.

 

adrian flux are quoting £600.

 

all a bit odd as I’ve got  another year of no claims.

 

 

 

 

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I recommend Aplan, multiple renewals with them and always get a good deal including modifications 

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24 minutes ago, fen01 said:

So, it’s that’s time of year, again - insurance renewal.

 

Any recommendations?

 

last year I was with NFU.   This year the policy has gone up £100, I’ve got a mutual bonus saving of £45.00.

 

adrian flux are quoting £600.

 

all a bit odd as I’ve got  another year of no claims.

 

 

 

 

I went with Adrian Flux -mine's just over £600. Watch out for A Plan who may slam you with a tracker requirement. NFU were a joke for me pricewise.

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1 hour ago, Rob R said:

I recommend Aplan, multiple renewals with them and always get a good deal including modifications 

 

Weird how individual experiences differ. I'm not saying A Plan are inherently bad but in my experience they were completely useless 🙄 . Currently with Adrian Flux for the JKU and CJ7, they seem to be OK.

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I used A Plan - best on price for me with all mod's disclosed.  It was a bit difficult to get to the right one of their offices (one specialises in modified vehicles), but once I did they couldn't have been more helpful.  That said, no complaints about process with Adrian Flux, just their quote on a like-for-like basis was a bit more in my case.  In terms of price and requirements for trackers, etc. I think it varies for each based on their particular circumstances, different actuaries with different weightings for various risk factors, such as postcode, where the Jeep is parked overnight, etc. etc.

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17 minutes ago, TimC said:

 

Weird how individual experiences differ. I'm not saying A Plan are inherently bad but in my experience they were completely useless 🙄 . Currently with Adrian Flux for the JKU and CJ7, they seem to be OK.

 

Yip, it is weird. I dealt with them initially when I got my first Jeep and then renewals and then the next Jeep and added on modifications a few times to both of them and each time has been a pleasure. I've always felt they did everything they could to bring it down on price even though I was adding more including Drive Other Car and the mods.

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@fen01 my Wrangler Overland '21 plate is £318 a year from Admiral,  via comparethemarket.com

 

 

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On 15/06/2022 at 21:40, Overlander21 said:

@fen01 my Wrangler Overland '21 plate is £318 a year from Admiral,  via comparethemarket.com

 

 

That's interesting. Did you declare mods? Is it 4x4 insurance? I may need to look around then

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1 hour ago, Coojeebear said:

My Adrian Flux insurance covers off road & green laning.

Certainly going to have a look around. I'm still annoyed NFU rejected me as apparently I'm too posh for them. 2 mins drive west will take me out of Greater London but that was not good enough 😧

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Hi All, I'm on a multi car deal with LV. I'm pleased with their service and prices. The only modded car I have is my YJ and they are not interested in mods but this may be because they consider it a classic car. Before I had a GC my KJ was modded and i think they just charged me a few extra pounds. Hope this helps.

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4 hours ago, Raakhee said:

Certainly going to have a look around. I'm still annoyed NFU rejected me as apparently I'm too posh for them. 2 mins drive west will take me out of Greater London but that was not good enough 😧

Nah, it's 'cuz your some sorta urban gangster, init, know what I mean guv'nor.  Not like us lovely, wellie wearing country folk 🤣

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NFU are a bit fussy about insuring country folk as they are city folk. My older XJ was reregistered with DVLA as a forestry truck for a few years. NFU wouldn't give me a quote to insure it because it was modified. As a forestry truck it was only permitted by law to be driven a maximum journey of 1.6 miles on a public road from my land to my land. The only road I was driving on was a UCR that was also on my land. The total annual mileage was less than 100 but they still couldn't insure me because of the modifications. Adrian Flux arranged the perfect policy for me for just £2 a week and they did so in just a few minutes after calling.

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