Renewals in with Admiral, gone up a tenner this year to £265 not going to grumble about it, that is the first time it's gone up since I've been with them.
We're with Admiral and have not found any issue with declaration of any mods. My son's Golf R has multiple mods and they haven't batted an eyelid at any of them, he's just 25.Still worth a quick call or even an online chat with Admiral! You may find that saying you're going elsewhere gets you their attention and offer you something lower. I am with admiral now, however with mods to my vehicle planned, I'm going to look elsewhere as they aren't the best when it comes to declaring modifications to vehicles. Don't think they even cover them on a like for like basis in the event of a claim if I'm right in saying.
Yes, I've found them not to be very accommodating when declaring modifications. Either they're not covered, or the premium sky rockets. I'll certainly check again come renewal, but won't hold my breath. I think they charge for mid term policy changes with regards to modifications as well, well worth asking the question beforehand.@natew
We're with Admiral and have not found any issue with declaration of any mods. My son's Golf R has multiple mods and they haven't batted an eyelid at any of them, he's just 25.
I also have mods to my RS and found no problem either.
My wife is also having a mod to her Up! GTI and we're not anticipating an issue.
That's exactly the issue for some people. I understand the basis on which I have insurance and accept it as is. TBH my annual cost is very good, about £190, so I'm not going to complain.Declaring mods is one thing, having them covered like for like is something else. I suspect most people who delare mods do not have them covered, only named on the policy