Poll: Kit car insurance ... how much is yours? [View Results]
Less than £100
£100 to £200
£200 to £300
£300 to £400
£400 to £500
£500 to £750
£750 to £1000
£1000 to £1500
£1500 to £2000
Over £2000 Yike!



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Author: Subject: Kit car insurance ... how much is yours?
Crazylegs

posted on 1/11/17 at 10:29 PM Reply With Quote
Quick question if I may.

How many of you run a second car as a daily in addition to the Kit car?

Do you tend to insure the kit car with the same provider or with another provider?

Also do you insure all year round or only at certain times of the year?

Thanks and apologies for all the questions.

Marc

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CosKev3

posted on 1/11/17 at 10:48 PM Reply With Quote
I use different companies,kit car insurance is best off using a specialist company.

For the price of the insurance and the risk of something happening to the car in the garage I leave it insured all year.

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nick205

posted on 2/11/17 at 10:25 AM Reply With Quote
Not had it for a few years, but IIRC I paid around £145 fully comp on my 2.0 Pinto MK Indy for me only to drive. SWMBO was OK'ish being driven in it, but had no desire to take the wheel herself. The odd wheel-spin probably didn't encourage her
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Crazylegs

posted on 8/11/17 at 07:53 PM Reply With Quote
Sorry for the late reply guys, thanks for the info.
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inkafone

posted on 9/11/17 at 01:07 PM Reply With Quote
Frank Pickles are no longer doing new business on kit cars as they are concentrating on caravans.
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Crazylegs

posted on 10/11/17 at 10:57 PM Reply With Quote
I phoned up A-Plan for a quote on a 1000cc BEC, 5k miles a year - £15 per month.

I'm 38 years old with over 10 years no claims mind so not a youngster but I think that's a very good price.

Fully comprehensive too

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Hopley89

posted on 10/11/17 at 11:13 PM Reply With Quote
I spoke to insurance the other day and was getting a quote for my
Mk indy R cbr1000rr, garaged birmingham, cctv and alarmed garage,
valve £20k
But they wouldnít give me a quote as the car was valued to much

So my question, who dose insurance for high values as i
donít want to drop my value to £10k as itís a 2017 car with loads
of extras!!

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ianhurley20

posted on 11/11/17 at 09:04 AM Reply With Quote
Mine is a 2016 car with 1.6 MX5 bits 3k fully comp, have other cars Adrian Flux £97 - helped a bit being a kit car club member (EAKKC)
But only 5k value

[Edited on 11/11/17 by ianhurley20]





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