NFU were good for my transit with business cover, but the best was Brentacre – they’re custom car insurers, but are trying to get into the van market a bit more, and are looking to the MTB market for this – you never know, you might get a good deal.
Very friendly people on the phone, no long call queues, they’re happy for you to make any mods (no charge for me if i add windows/change wheels etc, only if i change the bhp)
thoroughly recommended.Posted 4 years agoandrewhMember
£204 to insure my much modified 2004 Transit, including all the extras: declared value, legal, protected NCD etc. SDP & commuting, no business cover. That’s with Adrian Flux.Posted 4 years ago
I’m 32, 7yrs NCD, clean licence, good postcode, 8,000mile limit, parked on driveway, all things they like. OP, we could do with a little more info before deciding if £1,000 is reasonable.hammyukMember
Is it a panel T5? That will put you on a commercial policy :-/Posted 4 years ago
Rear seats “should” get you on a standard policy as an estate car.
Be careful with the engine though – as an example, my Trafic Crew LWB Quickshift has to go on a commercial policy becasue it is the 2.5L – the 1.9L is classed as an estate car and can go on any normal car policy 👿unovoloMember
The quote isn’t too bad, but I’m 28, good postcode, parked on drive, clean license, but i dont have any no claims because it is on my car.
As I said try Budget, they mirrored my NCD that’s currently being used on my other car ,may not be the cheapest for you but worth trying a online quote to see what it may cost you.Posted 4 years agoallfankledupSubscriber
Check out the t5forum – but the regular guys have been quoted with one exception
Give Greenlight a call – I use them for my modded t5 – and they are excellent to deal wiithPosted 4 years ago
Having no separate no claims may be a challenge – but Neil there has dealt with lots of variety in insurance requests
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