Anything that isnt standard fit to that vehicle when it left the factory is classed as a mod.what about uprated brakes, which actually
makes the car safer, are these classed as a mods? or what about
arb's or chassis mod's in general? I don't believe for a minute every
single mod is declared. Also suspension i think is a grey area.
Which is like saying that the latest LCD TV is too expensive so you'reDon't get me wrong i fully accept if you mod
then you have to be willing to pay for it, but to a limit, as premiums
are high to start with.
My policy went up ?20 when I fitted my Brembo's!! They said it waswhat about uprated brakes, which actually makes the car safer, are these classed as a mods?
I think you will need to tell them as its an addition to standard spec.Ok then so if you order a say vrs fabia and
put 2k worth of options on the car should you tell them or do they come
as standerd as the car is a factory order
Because you are making it look like a GTI........I'm adding gti rear lights and colour coded rubstrips and door handles soon.
I've already declared my santa monicas i added a few months back, but i cant see how i'd need to declare the above......?
Its your responsibility to check the spec and inform the insurance company of any deviations from it.Cant you just go by the motto...'well, it was like that when i bought
it and i didnt know it had been changed from standard spec.'
Anyway, how can they tell the difference between gti lights and 1.6 lights?