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Disco Insurance

Discussion in 'Land Rover Insurance' started by kev195, Jul 15, 2010.

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  1. kev195

    kev195 New Member

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    I have a P Reg Disco and just received my insurance quote from the AA. Nearly fell of my chair when I saw £466.
    Have insurance gone up that much? Can anyone recommend a landy specialist insurance company?
     
  2. davek0974

    davek0974 Well-Known Member

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    Im using adrian flux - £120
     
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    Just renewed mine with adrian flux again, £293 fully comp, all mods insured like for like .
     
  4. uncle albert

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    In order to coment give us a clue how old are you and what area plus any mods etc Im with aa £200 ish I know they are jacking prices cos of all the dicks that cant drive in snow and have claimed for thier stupidity
     
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    Dent New Member

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    Is that standard ?
     
  6. davek0974

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    Bog standard, 300tdi 1994, TPF&T cover, 48yrs old and zero no claimes as its a second car.
     
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    with no no claims diss thats prob about right. might get it down a bit but I suspect not a lot good luck!
     
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    If they've come out with a stupid renewal quote sack em and go elswhere. Robbin bastards they are.
     
  9. kev195

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    Hi
    Thanks for that I am stil a fully working 55yr old 15 years no claim.
    The disco has no mods and in fact does not go much off the North Circular.
    Nearly forgot I live in N Lodon with my own drive!!
    Any Ideas
    Thanks
    Kevin
     
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    oops soory about the spelling mistake-that reads London
    Cheers
    Kevin
     
  11. The Mad Hat Man

    The Mad Hat Man Well-Known Member LZIR Despatch Agent

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    Yes - rent out the drive during the day and pay wot yu get orf the premium ;).
     
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    Pikey Dummy Ejection Facilitator..

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    Utter Bull****.. RobinT insured his bog standard 110 with them was cheap as fook anorl.. :rolleyes:
     
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    If you're not a youngster and don't have any daft modifications to the disco just go to one of the interweb insurance comparison sites and stick your details in. I reckon you can save at least 300 notes off that daft quote. Livin in London doesn't help mind.
     
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    Dear Stuart,

    Thank you for your 4x4 off road insurance enquiry. Our scheme is designed for highly modified off road 4x4's and club members Unfortunately we are unable to quote on our current scheme as the vehicle is not highly modified.

    Thanks once again for your enquiry.
    Frank Pickles (Insurance Brokers) Ltd
    33/35 Cross Green
    Otley
    LS21 1HD

    Tel: 01943 850999
    Fax: 01943 850388



    that was a email i got for a standard disco

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    :jaw::bolt:
     
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    Mines £2300. Consider yourselves lucky with insurance
     
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    I went thru SureTerm for my modded Disco. Fully comp, limited mileage (3k). £180. Not too bad, given that I was getting £400+ quotes from other 'specialist' insurers! :)
     
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    Adrian Flux - £633:crazy::crazy:

    Footman James - Im sorry we cant insure if you go off road, and no my comment about green lanes not being off road but part of the road network didnt help either.

    several others what does a snorkel do?

    currently waiting for Lancaster to extract the digit...

    these buggers dont make it easy to be honest, I could get Tesco for less than £300 if I dont declare mods.......:puke2::frusty:
     
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    ratty I'm not special I'm limited edition Global Moderator

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    After Oldskools thread about his son getting done for no insurance due to an undisclaimed mod I thought I'd double check that all my mods don't require listing individually before I renewed with NFU. They wanted £360, I got em down to £320 and the woman said she'd check with the underwriters and then ring me back to today to confirm all was ok. She didn't get back to me.

    While I was waiting I rang up adrian flux. Straight in at £300. All mods declared, business use, towing cover, offroad/greenlane cover, New like for like on mods cover. As NFU didn't get back to me and I need to know it's covered I took them up on it. I also paid £14 to cover the keys and assosiated locks of ALL keys on my keyring regardless of what vehicle or building they are for. That covers 9 buildings, 3 vehicles and my pikeywagon.:p
     
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