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walkoau

Nrma Vintage And Classic Insurance

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Hi everyone.

Just thought I would share my experience with you all.

I recently insured my r34 gtr v-spec with Shannons at a premium of $2250 ($500 excess). I was told by a guy at work about nrma vintage. Catch is you have to only do no more then 9000kms per year and your car 15 years or over and obviously a clear driving history for the last 2 years. All no problem for me.

Anyway nrma premium came in at only $975.55 (300 excess.). A saving of more then $1200. And agreed value was no problem.

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1800646605 is the direct number to NRMA's Classic, Vintage and Veteran.
Good post above!
Big savings can be had if...
* your car is at least 15 yrs old
* it's not your daily
* well secured
* travels less than 9000km/yr
* high sum insured may need to be supported with pics

The direct number above is advised over the usual NRMA Insurance arm (number).

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I insured mine for 55k no pics needed.

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Is there an equivalent "Classic, Vintage & Veterans" Insurance in other states better known as...

* SGIC in SA and...

* SGIO in WA ???

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Check the pds, I think it's a requirement for the car to be stock

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Nope. I listed my modifications with no probs.

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Oh good they've changed the requirements since my ex worked there, might give them a ring myself

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Must of. I listed wheels suspension and exhaust.

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I tried to get her to do mine (was 3-4 years ago) and as soon as I said modified she just replied no

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Changed from Shannon's to NRMA today.

Half the price of Shannon's !!!!!!!!!! only catch is you can't pay monthly, has to be an up front annual payment.

And YES, mods are allowed in the policy no problem whatsoever.

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thanks for sharing, I'm gonna compare with Shannon's :thumbsup:

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HAHAHAHAHAHA

Just called NRMA

Quote came back @ $509

Shannons charge me $2200 a year

that is literally laughable

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HAHAHAHAHAHA

Just called NRMA

Quote came back @ $509

Shannons charge me $2200 a year

that is literally laughable

What model? Insured value? Age?

That's a bargain. I thought I was doing good at $975 compaired from Shannons $2200.

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The stampede has started. Like Shannon's and Dawes (and unlike Just Car), NRMA Classic, Vintage and Veteran offers choice of your own repairer should you be in an accident.

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What model? Insured value? Age?

That's a bargain. I thought I was doing good at $975 compaired from Shannons $2200.

1989 BNR32, $25k, 22 years old

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I'd say Shannon's arguing to lose a fair chunk of clients once word gets out.

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I'd say Shannon's arguing to lose a fair chunk of clients once word gets out.

It there own fault for being greedy. A little competition is good for us.

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