Do you have any mods? Admiral cancelled my insurance a year ago for having an aftermarket air filter fitted even though they told me they allow mods when I took the policy out... b******s They were too stupid to understand what this mod was, but refunded my premium in the end (twice ).
Should be alright as they are on your policy to start with. Mine was originally a standard car then modded. They sound like they have had a change of policy, not surprising really, does anyone own a standard car anymore
Bell Direct also dish out good policies, they are not the cheapest but have a low excess which is more important to me. They are also mod friendly (for a price e.g. induction |PLS| exhaust £80).
I was looking at the forms the other day trying to find their number for getting some more quotes and I noticed that they are a part of Admiral Insurance. Well you live and learn
I also couldn't believe I could insure both a group 14 car (£1500 value, TPF and amp;T) along with a group 18 car (LHD import, £14000 value, Full Comp) for £200 less than my Evo, makes you wonder!
I'd usually recommend Direct Line on price alone but since this weekend I'll recommend them even more strongly.
Yes, they were the cheapest by a long shot but they also implicitly cover trackdays. I called them on Friday night (the day before going to Bruntingthorpe) to discuss the wording on my policy and they reluctantly had to confirm that I was covered. She explained that, once someone enquires as to the true meaning of the small print, they are obliged to tell them they are covered.
And this was all followed by a letter dropping through the door this morning with words similar to this is to confirm that, under policy no. XXX, you are covered for trackdays . I hadn't asked for the letter and had to re-read it to make sure I wasn't dreaming. The girl on the other end of the phone was also a car nut and we chatted for while about that ... maybe that's why (?)