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PostPosted: Mon Feb 01, 2010 6:11 pm 
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Hi all,

We would to make this very clear right from the outset.. we cannot promise to help every Fiesta-Si.com member, we have some criteria to be met and also some exclusions. If we cannot help you, we can only apologise. For the majority however, we should be competitive and be able to provide an excellent level of cover.

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The best way to contact us is via our website, you'll find all the details you need via the link below. Please follow the link and feel free to have a look around!

http://www.skyinsurance.co.uk/carclubs/index.html

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 01, 2010 7:37 pm 
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 02, 2010 11:41 am 
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welcome onboard ollie

one quick thing first before i pm over some details as my insurance is due for re-newal next month, do you insure......... cosworths?


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onslack wrote:
welcome onboard ollie

one quick thing first before i pm over some details as my insurance is due for re-newal next month, do you insure......... cosworths?


Hi,

yes we should be able to help but we do have some extra criteria for Cossies..

All Cosworths/Cosworth engine conversions - Over 25’s only, 1 years ownership of the Cosworth or similar, 3 years NCB



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hmm... i pretty much fit the bill except i only turn 25 just before my re-newal date, does that pose an issue?

but i have 5 years NCB, owned said cossie for 1 year 6 months


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onslack wrote:
hmm... i pretty much fit the bill except i only turn 25 just before my re-newal date, does that pose an issue?

but i have 5 years NCB, owned said cossie for 1 year 6 months


If you are within a week or so, we can have a look at it for you.

Probably best coming through me directly so I can brief my team member who calls you.

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i shall pm you some more info ollie :thumbsup:


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scotty_boy BSc wrote:
Do you deal with grey imports?


We specialise in them, I have both my import/modified cars insured here.

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Mattyboy Esq wrote:
What about roll cages?


No problem with roll cages.

The only modification we will not cover is NOS.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 25, 2010 12:42 am 
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would you be able to quote a 19 yr with an fiesta RST, is standard bar a dv and a turbo timer, and mondy alloys. i have loads of experience driving performance cars, and have two years no claims, the car has a thatcham 1 and is kept in a garage, it also hase a fuel cut off switch so unless you know where it is you cant start the car, and for the added bonus locking wheel nuts :)


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AshSi wrote:
would you be able to quote a 19 yr with an fiesta RST, is standard bar a dv and a turbo timer, and mondy alloys. i have loads of experience driving performance cars, and have two years no claims, the car has a thatcham 1 and is kept in a garage, it also hase a fuel cut off switch so unless you know where it is you cant start the car, and for the added bonus locking wheel nuts :)


Hi,

we may be able to look at this on a TPFT basis.

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If you want to make an exception for a newly qualified 17 year old :lol: E-mail me please.

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Hi Im a newbee just been given a mk3 1.6 Si which in the future want to modify, I have been driving for 17 years without any convictions or claims but have always been a driver on someone else's policy as i never had a car of my own. I am 35 will my insurance cost more because I dont have any no claims bonus? Bit worried as £578 was my cheapest quote so far! Is it worth me contacting you? thanks

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Don Diggler? :lol: Welcome :)

Give them a ring, can't hurt to try and mention the site.
£578 is good.. In my eyes anyway :(

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 09, 2011 8:20 pm 
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£578 is pretty much what sky quoted me for my 1.6 si. I'm 24 with 3yrs no claims so once you get a quote from sky you will see exactly what difference no claims makes :)

No claims equates to a discount on the premium so obviously that is gonna make the most difference, 5yrs+ is something like 70% on the premium but at least you have 17 years driving experience and no increase on the premium due to being too young :doh:

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Very true, but you still have penis premium tax and in my case iraq tax.

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