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Gary Stone
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Any one use Peter James Insurance.

I've just had my best quote from them by far so far. Just wondering how they are to deal with in the case of a claim etc.

I am currently with MSM who are nice people to deal with but after a ring round I have had better quotes.

 

 

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Have you tried Frank Pickles and A-Plan? I think they have quoted the lowest prices recently.

Could we persuade you to share the quotes?

Jonathan

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I have used MSM for years. Just added the two tin tops to Seven on a multi car policy with them. Works if you have more cars than drivers.
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MSM renewel £380 (reduced to £350 when phoned)  Protected. Includes European breakdown cover. Excess £200. Windcscreen £75

A-Plan £280 Protected. Includes European breakdown cover. Excess £200. Windscreen £75

Peter James £230. Their policy/scheme does'nt need to take into account any NCD. Includes European breakdown cover. Excess £200. Windscreen £75.

LLoyd & Whyte was £218. But they don't include European breakdown cover. This is worth about £70 and included with the above quotes. Excess £150. Windscreen £90. which rises to £150 if you opt to fit it your self as you are then classed as an un-autherised repairer.

Best to get it included rather than use the AA or RAC who are much dearer by far.

Gary

PS all above are with 5000 miles per year.

 

 

 

 

 

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Thanks: that's really helpful.

Jonathan

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Jonathan.

I thought I read on here that Frank Pickles was only insuring cars under a value of £14000

 

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Hi Gary, I'm doing the same process today Wink

Just called Pickles and was told "we have a long list of conditions we can't quote for now", the first was they can't quote if value is over £14,000, and I didn't get beyond that.
She wouldn't tell me what the others were so I can't post them on here to save people wasting their time calling them Cry

Glynwood's renewal is best for me so far, and quite a bit lower than your quotes above, but only tried 2 others. Will post up quotes when complete Wink

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I have just had LLoyd & Whyte ring me back after I queried the windscreen excess, regarding having the excess wavered if we fit it our selves as per MSM who i am currently with.

Well..it's still £90 to have an authorised repairer do it but if I fit it myself I am classed as a none authorised repairer so the excess will be £150 sir.  Complete opposite to MSM's stance  Banghead

They clearly don't understand the term 'Kit Car.'

 

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Maybe they know how cack-handed you are Gary Laugh

Adrian Flux have a similar policy in that it was £90 excess if you used their repairer, or £125 if you don't.

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 BTW, best insurance quote so far is £115 (for 7000 miles) Wink

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Ian 

who quoted you £115 ? as I need to renew in the next couple of weeks  mine is £297 to renew with frank pickles 

Nigel