By no means do i drive a beast of a vehical, but no one wants to insure me. Seems understandable being 19, but the only modification is a lowering job. I have a PERFECT driving reccord but allas no mainstream insurance companys in Adelaide want to insure me. Im just wondering what insurance companys the younger members of this board go through?
Ive been described as a vault of usless random knowledge.
I'm changing my insruance to Ford Insure, they won't insure cars over 10 years old, but their underwriter prolly would.
anyway, they allow lowering to about 3cm below standard. i guess its upto u what u wanna do in terms of 'bending the truth' :)
1995 EF II Falcon GLi: Heritage Green, 4spd Auto, AUII 17" Rims, Custom BA Front Bar, Lowered, Gas Research LPG, Clear Indicators, JVC MP3 Headunit, Phoenix Gold 6.5" Splits, Coustic 481QE Amp, Clarion 12" sub, Leather Seats, Power Window Conversion, 3.45 LSD, Pacemaker Comp Extractors, 2.5" Exhaust, Mandrel Bent Intake, High Flow Filter, Wade 1004 110 cam.
In Progress: BA XR Side Skirts, BA XR Rear bar, BA Shifter Handle.
im 17 and i go through AAMI as an addtional driver under my dads name, so im only supposed to drive once a week at the most but they have no way of knowing otherwise!...insurance on my car (stock EB2) for full comprehensive is $313 a year...i wanna get it lowered pretty soon so i'll let you know if they kick up a shit and if i'll have to pay more
I go through RACQ as a standard GLI falcon, and listed the mods like wheels, lowering and exhaust. The only thing not listed is the Slotted rotors i had on. Ran out of modification points. You get bout 30 points of modifications before it needs to go the underwriter. i'm 22 with a checkered past, and its $500 approx. I'm the major driver on the policy. AAMI won't insure me, Just cArs quoted above $1000. Just insane. I did try and go through somewhere else and got knocked back but i can't remember who it was tho.
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