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Anybody bought GAP Insurance Recently

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Has anybody bought GAP insurance for there car recently. What did you go for RTI or VRI

Who did you buy it through and how much did you pay.

As I have read the Honda GAP, and that is only RTI evene though is mentions vehicle rplacement policy? and the cost of around 395?

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 27th February 2008, 11:48
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I didn't bother cos' RTI, only covers you for a basic car, not your added extras, even if the dealer fitted them (i.e. you get an S-GT for your S-GT, but not your bump strips or grill, or mats wheels, etc. etc.).

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Wow I wasn't given the options, but then my only extra is mats.
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I got Gap insurance for £199 which pays out a maximum benefit of £15k for 3 years. If you want some cover send me a PM and I'll get my insurers to drop you a line.
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Honda gap insurance was free with my car Civic ES I shift from Johnson Honda Dunstable.

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Got GAP from Honda for the best price I could find on t'internet at the time. Did some searches and then emailed the salesman and told him to wise up. So he matched it - one email saved me £100 - result - thats about 2 weeks petrol lol
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Got GAP from Honda for the best price I could find on t'internet at the time. Did some searches and then emailed the salesman and told him to wise up. So he matched it - one email saved me 100 - result - thats about 2 weeks petrol lol
What price did you end up getting it for then
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Sorry forgot about this thread! I got it for £199 (ie the price of the cover up to £15k) but for my full invoice price of £18500.
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Got mine through click4gap.co.uk - premium was 181, go through quidco.com to earn 22.50 cashback, so 160ish in the end.

Obviously as with any insurance, you never know how good the company is until you need to claim! Seem to get good write ups though on the searches i carried out.

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