Started by tricky1138, July 13, 2022, 13:10
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Quote from: Jimbo on July 13, 2022, 15:21Mine isn't a shiny cherished car so the insurance is more for 3rd party
Quote from: BARNPOT2000 on July 13, 2022, 20:44with other cars
Quote from: fawtytoo on July 13, 2022, 20:30Mine isn't a shiny cherished car either, but I still want fully comp because of the other idiots.
Quote from: tomato on July 14, 2022, 16:09I find for us middle age farts companies like Churchill and Admiral do good prices for unmodified cars. The group 50 cars I have, both with Churchill also let me provide an insurance value number appreciating cars, full protected bonus 5k mileage all for just over £400.Clearly if any of the cars are written off will see on the value but in the main they are fairly decent for processing claims.
Quote from: s12vea on July 15, 2022, 14:00I used Aviva this time
Quote from: Joesson on July 15, 2022, 18:46I have used Aviva and others over the years. All insurance providers are much the same until things go wrong.It is then I suggest that good and bad go their separate ways. Fortunately I have had little experience of dealing with claims with insurers but the one time I had a problem, a parking incident with my 6 month young daily when I was not in the car, I was with Aviva who were found wanting by myself and the Insurance Ombudsman.
Quote from: MikeBoo on July 16, 2022, 00:39I've had a few claims over the years with the worst experience from the claim point of view was in 2017 with Privilege. I made three separate complaints over a single claim to the Ombudsman all of which turned out in my favour though sadly with no compensation, however I did come away learning something, which was that if you complain too many times to the Ombudsman, it is possible that they will decline any future complaints ever from you irrespective of the outcome of previous complaints. Anyone know who funds the Insurance Ombudsman?