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BEST INSUREANCE COMPANIES FOR IMPORTS?

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hi i need to get insurance on my 99 model s15

im under 25years of age.

 

don't suggest shannons as the was rude as fuuck to me for being a silvia owner??.....

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i use shannons. fully insured, mods and all.

most reasonable cost out there for all the mods.

 

racq/suncorp wont do any mods over a 2.5" exhaust i think it is.

i wouldnt touch racq.

 

if u call shannons they should be ok. if not just call around.

most people wont touch a highly modified car.

anything more than a pod filter and exhaust for performance mods.

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i use shannons. fully insured, mods and all.

most reasonable cost out there for all the mods.

 

racq/suncorp wont do any mods over a 2.5" exhaust i think it is.

i wouldnt touch racq.

 

if u call shannons they should be ok. if not just call around.

most people wont touch a highly modified car.

anything more than a pod filter and exhaust for performance mods.

Its pretty standard dude.... smic,after market low mount manifold,after market dump pipe, exhaust, coilovers and rear arms with a viper alarm system..

 

 

racq dont do under 25s for imports.

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Shannons are decent, maybe not the cheapest but you get what you pay for. I've got four cars with them, mildly modified S15 with all mods listed, on extreme limited kms, Mk1 Capri on laid up at the moment, daily 2012 Xtrail and missus's son N14 pulsar. All cars an higher agreed value except for pulsar only on 3rd party. Never had any problems with claim, hit kangaroo at 110kms on freeway in Xtrail, assessed and claim approved in under a week. I'm happy with Shannons also have house and contents with them and get $10000 cover free for my workshop/shed and all spare parts stored.

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Shannons are decent, maybe not the cheapest but you get what you pay for. I've got four cars with them, mildly modified S15 with all mods listed, on extreme limited kms, Mk1 Capri on laid up at the moment, daily 2012 Xtrail and missus's son N14 pulsar. All cars an higher agreed value except for pulsar only on 3rd party. Never had any problems with claim, hit kangaroo at 110kms on freeway in Xtrail, assessed and claim approved in under a week. I'm happy with Shannons also have house and contents with them and get $10000 cover free for my workshop/shed and all spare parts stored.

yeah dude, all sorted got my daily and my 15 insured for 200 a month

 

25yo and turbo fkn milking me lol

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Enthusiast underwriting are pretty good.

 

im over 30 but I just insured my evo X with them for $900. that was the cheapest quote by a longshot - next cheapest was shannons at $1509.

 

full daily use/unlimited KMs, comprehensive coverage.

 

For infrequent use vehicles/weekenders i would imagine you get a better rate.

 

not sure if they cover under 25s.

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i just renued mine, prety much every mod except rebuild / forged internals bottom end.

 

for infrequent driver, 950 or so agreed value of 17k. im 32 though..

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Shannons charge me $793, agreed value of $22,000. $500 excess,$0 theft excess,with all modifications listed on limited use.

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Shannons charge me $793, agreed value of $22,000. $500 excess,$0 theft excess,with all modifications listed on limited use.

my excess is 950 on both cars lol fuck sake i got a good driving history but just young Af -,-

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I'm in my mid 40's with an excellent driving record!!! Great for modified turbo car insurance.

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I'm in my mid 40's with an excellent driving record!!! Great for modified turbo car insurance.

 

prety much.

 

30 is when things start to get cheaper.

 

actually its a sliding scale after 25... :)

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