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Postby Baron Rouge » Thu 25.01.2007, 20:27

Just to bring people back to the agreed Valuation topic a word of warning from the Baron!

An agreed Valuation must be updated on an yearly basis, some brokers will not ask you to do this but when it come to the crunch the underwriters themselves may refuse the pay out a claim without an up to date agreed valuation.

My advice is when your car is due for renewal always ask for another agreed valuation form, that way the underwriters have no way out.

If anyone has any other insurance questions just ask.

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Postby Paul.P » Thu 25.01.2007, 21:12

I was very particular before i took agreed value insurance. I checked & found the agreed value stood for 2 yrs, also checked on the loss of yrs no claims, & Classicline whom i'm with, agreed that although they do not take no claims into consideration, they will hold them on record & indeed add to them whilst i'm with them, & release them if & when i leave that company.
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Postby Dave Eds » Mon 29.01.2007, 21:04

Provisional quotes on Custard:-

Agreed value £10k, mileage limited to 1500 p/annum, me & Mrs Eds as insured and named drivers either way round (Mrs Eds SP30 2003!), no claims in 5 years.

AON £260 with £100 excess.
Classicline £175 with £250 excess.
Norton £265 with £200 excess.

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Postby sideburn Kid » Mon 29.01.2007, 21:09

its nice to see there are some advantages to getting old mate :lol:
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Postby Dave Eds » Mon 29.01.2007, 21:18

sideburn Kid wrote:its nice to see there are some advantages to getting old mate :lol:


Cheeky fekker I'm only 9 years older than you :lol:
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Postby Gary » Mon 29.01.2007, 22:25

49 then !
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Postby sideburn Kid » Mon 29.01.2007, 22:33

its a good job i look good on it, have you tried grouplouts dave
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Postby Dave Eds » Mon 29.01.2007, 23:38

sideburn Kid wrote:its a good job i look good on it, have you tried grouplouts dave
www.grouplotus.com/generic/generic.php?page=86


Yes I have thanks Russ my "old" mate - that's AON which I got from your 2nd link :wink:
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Postby Dave Eds » Mon 29.01.2007, 23:42

Gary wrote:49 then !


That's right Gary so I expect a red and a yellow Elan on my cake in August 2008.

Also gives the ladies of the East Mids knitting club plenty of time to sort me a classy jumper for the big day :lol:
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Postby Nobby » Thu 01.02.2007, 22:24

Mrs Nobby has volunteered to knit you a matching Hat & Scarf.... :-D
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Postby DaveT » Sat 25.08.2007, 07:48

Dave Eds wrote:
Gary wrote:49 then !


That's right Gary so I expect a red and a yellow Elan on my cake in August 2008.

Also gives the ladies of the East Mids knitting club plenty of time to sort me a classy jumper for the big day :lol:


8) That will be a cardigan- with buttons and some slippers.

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Postby Dico » Wed 05.09.2007, 18:24

FFS!

£395 with Admiral. 3000 per year.

Too much, just TOO MUCH!

Some of you chaps are paying half that :(
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Postby GeoffSmith » Wed 05.09.2007, 19:05

Dico wrote:3000 per year.

Too much, just TOO MUCH!


Yep. 30m should be enough for yours. :wink:
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Postby dapinky » Wed 05.09.2007, 19:32

Get yerself onto PH and follow the link to 'A-Plan' insurance.

£189-00, no mileage restriction, 2 drivers, fully comp, all the bells and whistles (No breakdown cover, but i got that anyway!), kept on the driveway of a low-crime area.
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Postby Dico » Wed 05.09.2007, 19:37

dapinky wrote: a low-crime area.


Hmmm.



http://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topi ... Binsurance


Cheers Pinks, i'll give em a bell and report back (friday).
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Postby Paul.P » Wed 05.09.2007, 19:56

Dico wrote:But my glass is still looking half empty I feel. :?


Not sure its your glass thats half empty mate :lol:
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Postby Dico » Wed 05.09.2007, 20:03

Nope you're right. More like my bleedin wallet!
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Postby Monty » Wed 05.09.2007, 23:31

dapinky wrote:Get yerself onto PH and follow the link to 'A-Plan' insurance.

£189-00, no mileage restriction, 2 drivers, fully comp, all the bells and whistles (No breakdown cover, but i got that anyway!), kept on the driveway of a low-crime area.


Seen someone post not so good comments about A-Plan on PH :?
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Postby Dico » Fri 07.09.2007, 16:22

Classic line - £315 + £19.99 recovery.

I've had to accept i'm in a rough @rse area. Probably doesn't help having Murph as a neighbour!
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