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Anyone know of any good companies on second car/classic car limited annual mile insurance?
I am currently insured through AF and i'm looking to maybe buy a car for the weekend/tinkering.

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Hi
Anyone know of any good companies on second car/classic car limited annual mile insurance?
I am currently insured through AF and i'm looking to maybe buy a car for the weekend/tinkering.

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Hello,
Although we don't do multi car policies. We do specialist classic car/limited mileage schemes, when you are ready to look for quotes and would like one from us either call us up or let me know and i can get someone to contact you.
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I have a multi policy, very good and a reasonable cost, but we have also used a ltd mileage policy in the past.
 

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Hello,
Although we don't do multi car policies. We do specialist classic car/limited mileage schemes, when you are ready to look for quotes and would like one from us either call us up or let me know and i can get someone to contact you.
Dan.
Thanks Dan..I'll give you guys a call if this proposed car purchase comes off.
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dan, not really relevant to this thread (apologies for hijacking, can't send him a pm :tut: ) but i have my sprint insured with yourselves but have now sold it, i intend to get a sud as a replacement before too much longer so would it pay me to just wait until then and transfer the cover, or cancel the policy and start again. bear in mind the sud defo won't be roadworthy so the insurance will only be useful as a protection for stolen or fire :eek: damage. what's the best way (for me ;) ) of dealing with this ;)
 

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dan, not really relevant to this thread (apologies for hijacking, can't send him a pm :tut: ) but i have my sprint insured with yourselves but have now sold it, i intend to get a sud as a replacement before too much longer so would it pay me to just wait until then and transfer the cover, or cancel the policy and start again. bear in mind the sud defo won't be roadworthy so the insurance will only be useful as a protection for stolen or fire :eek: damage. what's the best way (for me ;) ) of dealing with this ;)
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If you do cancel your policy you would not get that years no claims and you might not get a lot of money back it all depends on how long you have had your cover really.
But do call up the customer service team so they can work out figures and get you a quote on the new car.

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Hi,

If you do cancel your policy you would not get that years no claims and you might not get a lot of money back it all depends on how long you have had your cover really.
But do call up the customer service team so they can work out figures and get you a quote on the new car.

Dan.
thanks dan, i wasn't really looking for any money back although i have only had the policy for a couple of months, i would prefer to hang on to the policy and transfer it to my new sud (when i get one :rolleyes: ) . just wondered if i could avoid the transfer of details charge for changing cars ;) i will ring up in the next few days to see what is the best course of action, kev.
 

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I have insured a second car for a while.
I think the sweet spot is 3rd party fire & theft, social use only, 7500 miles per year.
My Coupe 20VT costs less than £250 with a policy like this at Bell and came out cheaper by phoning Bell after getting a quote from Moneysupermarket.com.

Adrian Flux weren't bad when I moved cover over onto another car last year. A lot cheaper than taking out a new policy.
 

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If all else fails, buy yourself a copy of Auto Italia.. A lot of specialist classic insurers advertise there.

In fact, just buy yourself a copy of Auto Italia :)
 

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If all else fails, buy yourself a copy of Auto Italia.. A lot of specialist classic insurers advertise there.

In fact, just buy yourself a copy of Auto Italia :)
I do take AI actually. Along with Classic Cars, Evo and occasinally Octane. I draw the line at Top Gear mag though.

I went with Chris Knott in the end who were extremely helpful and I got good deal.
 
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