Anything non standard to the car should be disclosed, whether you do or not is up to you.Im planning on getting the GP kit and getting an induction kit at some point
Im thinking to declare the induction but the gp kit?
Also i have a the type r sports grill on atm should i be drclaring that too or?
It would with some insurers & I know what I am talking aboutWhat I'd do with the grill is ring and ask them how much it would increase you premium "if" you bought one. If it increases your premium by £100. Probs wouldn't but if it does then it isn't worth declaring because you could buy a new one for around that price. It wouldn't void your insurance by not declaring it. It just wouldn't be replaced like for like.
If an insurer deems it appropriate to charge an additional premium for a mod then they consider it to be an "increased" risk. By not declaring it they have the option to void the policy.Really? I thought they couldn't void insurance for something like that. It happen to you or do you work for an insurance company?
Well in the scanario you gave,you have already tipped them off by asking how much extra :lol:Fair do's. But, with something like the grill, how can they prove that it didn't come standard when you bought the car? Mine is a type s but has the Perspex grill. But there are other type s that have the sport grille. How would you go about that?
Don't worry about it cause that would have been optional extras if u got it from a showroom when they originally came out. Things like gpkit and city pack etc you defo don't need to declare.i always thought that any thing that is actually a honda product or honda extra like gp kits, grills and interior details did not have to be declared as they are a genuine honda product and the insurers do not know if it was on the car in the first place i have various packages extras on my CR-Z but when ask the total price the car is worth i included these packages in the overall value that way they are covered well that what i was lead to believe when speaking to my insurer