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    Was quoted £2700 a yr by AIC for the HIgh Net Worth cover from Chubb for 2k miles on my 2008 f430, 6k on my 2013 VW Touareg and a 4k miles ďnot bought yet as I cannot make my mind upĒ either M3 or Maserati Granturismo. For reference I have a 10yrs NCB and I am 37 yo, living 20miles away from central London.

    Although I do like the benefits of that cover over what admiral (current insurer) gives me for the same price across the 3 cars, Chubb requires me to install a tracker on the Ferrari (£300 pa + install) - which I donít really like - and they want all the cars in my name, which donít allow my wife to earn NCB...

    So I decided to stick to Admiral for another year, and will review options next year.

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    458 insurance is quite a bit more expensive than the 360, can't think why

    But got a quote from Adrian Flux @£2.2k pa, "is that something that would interest you?" "Errrr NO."
    AIB were £1.7k pa must have tracker fitted. It is anyway but £300 pa to enable it. Daren was telling me how the 458 is now considered very high risk like the 360 was, due to high percentage of claims and write offs on this model.
    So stuck with classic line on my existing policy which cost £400 till November when the renewal will be £1.4K pa. Also needs tracker enabled. Admiral were £1K

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    Quote Originally Posted by achaddy View Post
    458 insurance is quite a bit more expensive than the 360, can't think why

    But got a quote from Adrian Flux @£2.2k pa, "is that something that would interest you?" "Errrr NO."
    AIB were £1.7k pa must have tracker fitted. It is anyway but £300 pa to enable it. Daren was telling me how the 458 is now considered very high risk like the 360 was, due to high percentage of claims and write offs on this model.
    So stuck with classic line on my existing policy which cost £400 till November when the renewal will be £1.4K pa. Also needs tracker enabled. Admiral were £1K
    Wow, that is a difference.

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    Just renewed mine this morning classic line insurance, 3000 mile limit and 100K
    £483
    Comes with track cover and breakdown in UK/Europe
    3 named drivers on policy
    Very competitive price I thought

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    Thanks everyone for all the input on this thread, I think it's one I will save for next year !

    I finally insured via Lockton with an agreed value being the purchase price of the car, underwritten by Chubb, no tracker required. Premium was £1100.

    Yes, there were cheaper quotes but I guess I just got nervous reading the reviews for the ERS policy being offered by Classic Line - maybe I shouldn't be worried but it's a lot of money to take any sort of chance on !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike01606 View Post
    Welcome back.....I wish I'd bought your 360 sports exhaust!

    I use AIB for a Chubb Masterpiece policy who are now a site sponsor. Darren is the contact.
    Thanks for the kind recommendation Mike
    Call AIB Insurance on 02380 268351 - offering tailored insurance for over 20 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by AIBInsurance View Post
    Thanks for the kind recommendation Mike
    A pleasure!

    If youíve read through the whole thread, it would be good if you could help demystify the apparent gulf in pricing....

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    I pay £800 for my 348, My insurer is Adrian Flux and im able to drive others cars Fully comp. 28 year old on ghe border or cheshire/manchester

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    Just renewed mine on the 488 with admiral £1035 with my brother as a named driver...

    I thought that was very good value for money.



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    Quote Originally Posted by 100badboy100 View Post
    Just renewed mine on the 488 with admiral £1035 with my brother as a named driver...

    I thought that was very good value for money.



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    Are Admiral doing agreed values ? I got a quote a few years ago and they said it was market value which was about £60k less than I think the car is worth I will only do agreed value now.

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