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Hi folks,

I’ve been running a 993 and a 3.2 on separate insurance policies for the last couple of years with Classicline. The 993 has just come up for renewal and I thought I’d look at a multi-car policy to see if I can make some saving?

Any recommendations?

Thanks

Phil

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Just stick with Classicline, multi car is just really a discount for staying with one supplier.

 

I've been with them for years, they always seem to be the best price for modern and classic.

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7 hours ago, 70sThrowback said:

Harry Metcalfe uses Footman James so would be worth trying, I know they sponser him, but still at least they do it. Classicline seem to be fairly open with their policy offerings too.

And just £7k for all those cars, and I'm not being sarcastic at all given the total value they represent!

I have two cars on a Hagerty policy but will be looking around when the policy is up for renewal in March.

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Question is will these companies insure a mix of classic and modern cars at a good price? I currently have 3 cars with Admiral on a multicar policy but they won't include the 911 due to its age.

I'll give a call to classicline etc. when it's renewal time.....

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Friend of mine has a multicar with Admiral, 2021 M4, 2004 986, 1987 S4, 1983 S2, 1979 308, I would call them and recheck

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Cheers Matt will do, last time I spoke to them as soon as I mentioned an engine change and other mods they immediately said no

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I've tried several times with different Insurers and and my experience is, if you have named drivers on your policy the prices quoted are no difference to the ones for a single car. If you are the only driver then multi-car policies probably do make sense

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My Broker is Locktons, insured through Aviva on multicar policy (7 cars with multiply drivers) averages out £350 per car 

 

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2 hours ago, SurlySurdi said:

Cheers Matt will do, last time I spoke to them as soon as I mentioned an engine change and other mods they immediately said no

Arhh, heavily modified would be a problem.

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