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Just renewed my insurance, decided to stay with Lockton.

They keep the premium the same as last year at £612.40, which is for both 911s (SC agreed value £50K and £3.2 agreed value £46K).

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I've got my insurance due in the next few weeks so have had my valuation renewed by the Sherriff (top job) and need to do the trawl.

I used to be with RH who were very good and mod friendly but didn't do track days so I changed to Henderson Taylor who were fine albeit a bit more expensive but did do tracks. I wasn't really using the track cover so then switched to Locktons as they were highly recommended by a friend in the biz. They seem very fussy about the track cover they do offer like PCGB only events but that hasn't really bothered me.

I've stayed with them for the past few years but thought I'd have another sniff around this year. I see that we are offered 15% discount with Classicline through here but no idea if they are ok with heavily modified cars? 

Basically, I want a policy which has a good rep, has AV, is competitively priced and if they throw in track cover as a freebeee then that's a bonus. Even if I doubt I'll use it. Asking too much?

I've never tried Manning or anyone else as historically lots of companies I tried were not mod friendly. Am I missing a trick or anyone have any other recommendations?

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I am with Classicline have been since building my car  my car , goes up about £20 a year  so not complaining and they seem reasonable to deal with  ,though no claims yet thankfully . Paid  £340 last time , 5000 miles , AV  and think a couple of track days included or at least they were 2-3 yrs ago .

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I didn't have quite so much luck. Did the usual ringaround and it came out as:

Locktons £550ish, RH £615ish & Classicline £765ish so looks like I'll stick with Locktons.

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I went with Classic Line in August, previously I was with Manning. I found that with the forum discount Classic Line were by far the most competitive. They gave a good solid agreed value (thanks to the Sherriff) and offered cover on 3 track days per annum which is enough for my needs.

In addition I was able to take advantage of the forum offer of the membership discount because of the valuation so it was a win - win.

Oh, Classic Line quote was £278.

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Classicline here too, for 1 classic and 2 moderns.  Renewals seem to little change little so have stuck with them for the past few years.

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I'm with AXA XL, when my daily got written off on Xmas day they set about the process immediately and have been very good.

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Renewal time again and with the Premium nearly £300 I thought I would look back at last years.  That led me to look over the past 9 years and I thought it may be of interest.  Car has always been insured through Classicline but they have changed underwriters in this time.  Always 5kmiles a year, garaged in a low risk postcode. No track days but Euro Breakdown Cover.  Only one no fault claim in 2012 (hit by a car that was also covered on their Classic Policy under the same UW and fully recovered costs).  I have added the Agreed value when it has changed or been renewed.

2012 - £253 agreed value £16k

2013 - £274

2014 - £291

2015 - £251 agreed value £30k

2016 - £260 agreed value £50k

2017 - £262 

2018 - £276 agreed value £50k

2019 - £280

2020 - £283 agreed value £50k

2021 - £291

Interesting thing is that I am paying today what I paid 7 years ago on a £16k value!

Never felt the need to move from ClassicLine but maybe next year if it breaks the mental barrier that is £300.

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Been with Locktons for a few years but seeing a BIG jump in my renewal premium this year.

Renewal premium is £450 on a £65k valuation, 3k miles.

Classicline looks as though it will be £358 on the same valuation and 5k miles.

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