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Can anyone recommend an insurer who does not charge an admin fee everytime a non power modification is made? Needs to be a reasonable premium too. Ta
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Do they not charge admin for mod updates?
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Nope, they never did for me

Which is why I replied...
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I like my current insurer for the fact they don't charge unless you increase power, but my premium has crept up. If insurance is up across the board then I'll take it on the chin but I'm 50 next year and don't understand why my premium heads north rather than south
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Green light, no extra charge for adding none performance mods and no admin charge either.
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Yeah renewal time is grim with all the price hikes.

There should be a price drop (see link) but I can't seeing coming to us anytime soon, much like the way fuel price savings aren't passed on to us

https://www.which.co.uk/news/2019/06...n-three-years/
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Can anyone recommend an insurer who does not charge an admin fee everytime a non power modification is made? Needs to be a reasonable premium too. Ta
Chris Knott doesn't as a matter of course charge an admin fee for non-power mods, especially if you already know (and tell us) what mods you're going to be making in the policy year ahead. If we do charge, it's just 15 and that's determined on a case by case basis dependent on the complexity of the insurer's notification procedure.
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