Admiral Insurance and coilovers ?

A4RON

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Am declared lowered up to 5cm on admiral multi car policy but am looking to know will that cover me for coilovers or is it only lowering springs ?
 

Mark315

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Separate modification, either <5, >5 or coilovers.

Or that's how I was told when declaring my lowering springs
 

Jamesc

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As long as your only lowered up to 5cm on the coilovers you should be fine as it doesnt specifically specify springs/coilovers etc in the policy, Im with admiral with coilovers and no specific mention of coilovers, just as above <5cm or >5cm.
 

KyleR

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Admiral couldn't give a toss about your mods as they won't be paying out for them anyway, hence why they are so reasonably priced for mods. For example, you could have coilovers, toe and camber arms, polybushes, uprated ARB's and drop links and they'd only count that as a single modification because it's all suspension. It's crazy but great at the same time if you want to get on the road as cheap as possible.
 

phatttt

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is this still valid to this date? looking at putting coilovers on and don’t want to declare it ideally if i don’t have too
 

pablo

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I usually do lowered by < 5cm coilovers or not. I dont believe there is an option for coilovers anyway
 
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