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Lotus drivers club discount

Postby CJ101KT » Sun 06.01.2008, 20:55

Ive just taken out classic car insurance on my Elan S2 with Lancaster (Zurich Classic to be exact) and I wondered how much would I save if I was to pay for the Lotus drivers club membership?

Considering my insurance is at £98 per month fully comp lol!!!
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Re: Lotus drivers club discount

Postby Specky » Sun 06.01.2008, 21:25

CJ101KT wrote:Ive just taken out classic car insurance on my Elan S2 with Lancaster (Zurich Classic to be exact) and I wondered how much would I save if I was to pay for the Lotus drivers club membership?


Why...

use the LEC for the Club discount...

The discount for..

Club Lotus...15%

Lotus Clubs...15%


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Re: Lotus drivers club discount

Postby CJ101KT » Sun 06.01.2008, 21:49

Specky wrote:
CJ101KT wrote:Ive just taken out classic car insurance on my Elan S2 with Lancaster (Zurich Classic to be exact) and I wondered how much would I save if I was to pay for the Lotus drivers club membership?


Why...

use the LEC for the Club discount...

The discount for..

Club Lotus...15%

Lotus Clubs...15%


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Ahhhh so LEC is recognised for club discounts yea?
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Postby Specky » Sun 06.01.2008, 21:55

The computer systems doesn't list every Lotus Club...

get your membership No...

and give it a go...


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Postby Gazza » Mon 07.01.2008, 11:27

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What's the Limited Edition number of the S2 you finally bought, please

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Postby CJ101KT » Mon 07.01.2008, 12:31

Gazza wrote:CJ101KT

What's the Limited Edition number of the S2 you finally bought, please

Gazza (S2 register)


How you know shes a limited edition lol. I will pm you it when I collect it on wednesday as I cant remember off the top of my head.
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Postby GeoffSmith » Mon 07.01.2008, 13:51

CJ101KT wrote:How you know shes a limited edition ...


Because:

CJ101KT wrote:Ive just taken out classic car insurance on my Elan S2 ...
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Postby Gazza » Mon 07.01.2008, 14:14

CJ101KT wrote:How you know shes a limited edition lol. I will pm you it when I collect it on wednesday as I cant remember off the top of my head.


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Re: Lotus drivers club discount

Postby Rambo » Mon 07.01.2008, 18:22

CJ101KT wrote:Ive just taken out classic car insurance on my Elan S2 with Lancaster (Zurich Classic to be exact) and I wondered how much would I save if I was to pay for the Lotus drivers club membership?

Considering my insurance is at £98 per month fully comp lol!!!


Classic car insurance at £98 per month :shock: :shock: :shock:

Are you kidding ?? That's nearly £1200 a year. You must be able to get a better deal than that ? Have you tried limiting the mileage to 3000, 4500 or 6000 miles ??

Have you tried Equity Red Star (RH Specialist Insurance Division - 01277 206912) ? I've got mine for £230 a year for 5000 miles, fully comp. and GVS of £9500

Footman James may also worth be considering although I moved from them last year after 3 years when they put up their renewal premiums substantially :cry:
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Re: Lotus drivers club discount

Postby CJ101KT » Tue 08.01.2008, 15:57

Rambo wrote:
CJ101KT wrote:Ive just taken out classic car insurance on my Elan S2 with Lancaster (Zurich Classic to be exact) and I wondered how much would I save if I was to pay for the Lotus drivers club membership?

Considering my insurance is at £98 per month fully comp lol!!!


Classic car insurance at £98 per month :shock: :shock: :shock:

Are you kidding ?? That's nearly £1200 a year. You must be able to get a better deal than that ? Have you tried limiting the mileage to 3000, 4500 or 6000 miles ??

Have you tried Equity Red Star (RH Specialist Insurance Division - 01277 206912) ? I've got mine for £230 a year for 5000 miles, fully comp. and GVS of £9500

Footman James may also worth be considering although I moved from them last year after 3 years when they put up their renewal premiums substantially :cry:


Thing is im only just 21 years old and with one years no claims no no insurance is anything like cheap for me. My insurance on a Proton Satria GTI 1.8 was nearly £175 a month! I have limited my milage to 10,000 as it is my everyday car and most wont do assured value on her either as its 12 years old where most seem to prefer 15 years old.

£98 a month is the cheapest my insurance has ever been lol.
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Postby CJ101KT » Tue 08.01.2008, 15:58

geoffsmith wrote:
CJ101KT wrote:How you know shes a limited edition ...

Because:
CJ101KT wrote:Ive just taken out classic car insurance on my Elan S2 ...


Are all of the S2's limited editions then? How many of the SE's and the S2's were supposidly made?
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Postby theelanman » Tue 08.01.2008, 16:25

CJ101KT wrote:
geoffsmith wrote:
CJ101KT wrote:How you know shes a limited edition ...

Because:
CJ101KT wrote:Ive just taken out classic car insurance on my Elan S2 ...


Are all of the S2's limited editions then? How many of the SE's and the S2's were supposidly made?


yes all S2's are ltd edition numbers 001 to 800......
there were about 4000~4500 SE's
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Postby Sy V » Tue 08.01.2008, 16:26

CJ101KT wrote:...Are all of the S2's limited editions then? How many of the SE's and the S2's were supposidly made?


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