Re: What to declare, and what not to declare
What's a mod?
Would you have to declare any item on your car that wasn't OEM?
Just bought some Bosch headlamp bulbs from Halfrauds as one of mine was out, is that a mod as it's not in a Alfa box?
You break an Alfa wheel, after you find out how much a new one (if you can get one for a 10 year old car) costs, you buy a cheaper full set of alloys (with tyres) is that a mod?
It's a tricky minefield, the GTA intake modification, mod on paper, but an 'error' in practice?
In my case the insurance will try and pay out as little as they have too. (My car written off after uninsured third party drove into it), after their excess and removal of the next 12 months premium from my claim I was left with A LOT less than they told me I'd be getting at the start of the claim.
Don't give them the chance to weedle out of their obligation to put right what's gone wrong in the event of an accident or theft.
...if wishes were fishes, we'd all cast nets...