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PORTMYSTER
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Classic insurance

Post by PORTMYSTER » Fri 28 Jun, 2013 19:43

Hi All,

Just starting to think over our car situation and with the zed used very little as a 3rd car does anyone have their zed classed as a classic car status insurance? If so, who are you with?

Thanks

Richard

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Badman gee
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Re: Classic insurance

Post by Badman gee » Fri 28 Jun, 2013 19:46

Yes, m roadster group 19 250 pounds Adrian flux
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Batchem1
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Re: Classic insurance

Post by Batchem1 » Fri 28 Jun, 2013 20:11

Adrian Flux for me too.
Most realistic and sensible people I spoke to, and I'm happy with their service.

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Gazza
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Re: Classic insurance

Post by Gazza » Fri 28 Jun, 2013 21:27

Try RH Classics in Brentwood Essex 01277 206912, I have my fleet of yanks on one policy for £375pa
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OldskoolRS
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Re: Classic insurance

Post by OldskoolRS » Sat 29 Jun, 2013 08:59

I tried to get my Z3 3.0 (2001) insured on a classic policy, but it isn't garaged, which seemed to prevent me being able to do it (my other car is in the garage -RS2000- which is insured on a classic policy). If anyone finds a firm that will allow me to insure it kept on the drive, then I'd be interested to hear about it.

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PCSAM
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Re: Classic insurance

Post by PCSAM » Sat 29 Jun, 2013 10:54

OldskoolRS wrote:I tried to get my Z3 3.0 (2001) insured on a classic policy, but it isn't garaged, which seemed to prevent me being able to do it (my other car is in the garage -RS2000- which is insured on a classic policy). If anyone finds a firm that will allow me to insure it kept on the drive, then I'd be interested to hear about it.
im with RH Classics (above) and my 3.0i is with them on a classic .I don't have a garage so its driveway and they are OK with it ........
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andy18n
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Re: Classic insurance

Post by andy18n » Sat 29 Jun, 2013 11:53

ClassicLine Insurance in Hinckley Leicestershire for me. Small friendly and personal service and at £220 for a year 5k mile restriction and garaged pretty good going.
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Re: Classic insurance

Post by seasurfer » Sat 29 Jun, 2013 12:17

Hagerty Classic Car Insurance for me for both zeds - will find you the number if you cannot find them.
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Re: Classic insurance

Post by Mr Silver » Sun 30 Jun, 2013 11:42

Hagerty Classic Insurance. Real people to talk to, great company to deal with. Zedcar must be second car. Find them here: 01327 810600.
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OldskoolRS
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Re: Classic insurance

Post by OldskoolRS » Sun 30 Jun, 2013 14:57

PCSAM wrote:
OldskoolRS wrote:I tried to get my Z3 3.0 (2001) insured on a classic policy, but it isn't garaged, which seemed to prevent me being able to do it (my other car is in the garage -RS2000- which is insured on a classic policy). If anyone finds a firm that will allow me to insure it kept on the drive, then I'd be interested to hear about it.
im with RH Classics (above) and my 3.0i is with them on a classic .I don't have a garage so its driveway and they are OK with it ........
Thanks for that PCSAM, I'll have to remember this thread at the next renewal.

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Re: Classic insurance

Post by seasurfer » Sun 30 Jun, 2013 15:55

Mine are on the drive and insured as so, with Hagerty.
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Re: Classic insurance

Post by PORTMYSTER » Sun 30 Jun, 2013 20:55

Hi All, thanks for the replies. This is encouraging news and all the insurance companies you have mentioned will be my option very soon. Using my zed only 1000-1500 miles per year makes me think using normal insurance does not cut the mustered keeping the annual price as it should be. I will keep you posted regards my next quote and if it comes down using a cherished policy.

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Re: Classic insurance

Post by Tilly » Tue 02 Jul, 2013 17:13

PORTMYSTER wrote:Hi All, thanks for the replies. This is encouraging news and all the insurance companies you have mentioned will be my option very soon. Using my zed only 1000-1500 miles per year makes me think using normal insurance does not cut the mustered keeping the annual price as it should be. I will keep you posted regards my next quote and if it comes down using a cherished policy.
Normal insurance can be OK. I use Admiral Multicar. Three cars, fully comp, bonus protection with windscreen cover and no mileage restriction. £150 excess for each car.
2010 525D touring £380.75
1998 Z3 1.9 auto £182.19
1997 ZM roadster £255.59.

Don't think that this is too bad. My insurance for this year went up by just over £2. Well that's inflation for you!

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