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23rd February 2020 14:14
Wiggy This is a sentence taken from my insurance policy booklet.

You must tell us about any alteration you intend to make to your car/s.


Both Primary policy holders and Vehicle Policyholders are responsiblefor this. Failure to notify us of a modification may result in your Policy being cancelled from the start date, additional premium being applied or your claim being rejected or not paid in full.


It pays to let them know.
23rd February 2020 12:07
Wiggy If you ever need to make a claim to your insurance company and you have not informed them of any changes to the car then they can refuse to pay anything.
It should be worded in the small print in your insurance booklet,if it's not mentioned, or you simply cannot find it, give them a ring and ask them.
Better to be safe than sorry.
23rd February 2020 08:23
Ginovmaren
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Originally Posted by B-Max-Mike View Post
You have to tell your insurance about any mods else you are not insured.
One of your thumbnail photos is up side down !.
Are you sure? This sounds like very very minor details, cant believe a insurer would make a fuzz out of it
17th January 2020 16:42
B-Max-Mike You have to tell your insurance about any mods else you are not insured.
One of your thumbnail photos is up side down !.
11th September 2019 15:21
Dave-v-v
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Originally Posted by Hywel S Wales View Post
do you have to declare these mods on your insurance ?
I have no clue as the bulb still flash's Orange at the same brightness as OEM so can't see it being a issue.
11th September 2019 11:25
Hywel S Wales do you have to declare these mods on your insurance ?
11th September 2019 09:15
Dave-v-v
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Originally Posted by Gremlin View Post
pic now seem to work, I guess you have changed an orange bulb to led?
HI I have put in Chrome bulbs..PY21W is the make.
10th September 2019 21:01
Gremlin
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Originally Posted by Dave-v-v View Post
see now?
pic now seem to work, I guess you have changed an orange bulb to led?
10th September 2019 20:56
Dave-v-v
one more go

see now?
10th September 2019 20:52
Dave-v-v
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Originally Posted by Gremlin View Post
give us a clue, what is the mod?
Are the photos not working?
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