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What are peoples experiences with this? Looking at putting some after market wheels on but cant seem to find anyone who doesn't add a grand onto my premium which is pretty ridculous...

Any suggestions / tips?
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What are peoples experiences with this? Looking at putting some after market wheels on but cant seem to find anyone who doesn't add a grand onto my premium which is pretty ridculous...

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Try Adrian flux, they are good for mods, well they were for me anyway.
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I'm with greenlight. There is no additional premium for any modifications as long as they don't improve the performance (bhp)
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Nice one. The sounds pretty sensible Warwick.

On hold with AF now...will compare to Greenlight aswell
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Not got the best impressions of Adrian Flux - cut off twice and pretty cold customer service.

Called Greenlight - really nice guy and got a competitive quote
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Not got the best impressions of Adrian Flux - cut off twice and pretty cold customer service.

Called Greenlight - really nice guy and got a competitive quote
They arnt bad - and if you add any mods to your car during the premium all you have to pay is an admin charge for the change to policy
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Also worth pointing out that (unless your buying work, advan or other v expensive wheels ) they're cheaper to replace than oem ctr wheels

I'm with greenlight btw, excellent on all fronts


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I'm with greenlight as well. No extra charge for cosmetic mods
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