Yeah I noticed this. Raised it with them and they allowed me to amend it before signing the docs and sending back.
Thanks Russ, and everyone else. Think I've tried all mentioned, and more now. My Porsche buyer didnt turn up and I got cover with 1 yncd for 285 from Aviva via a quote from their website. So I called them and asked to apply my the 1 yrs ncd to the Porsche and they came up with £350 ish. Eventually I gave them the quote ref for £285 and they applied it to my account. Requested to take my 11 yrs ncd elsewhere (will be Pluginsure) for the lowest by far quote.I'm a bit late on here but mine is around £240 with esure.
I also use Adrian Flux for my home build/converted cars and its never over £240 for them either.
Yes I still have them all but the MGTF and C5 are off the road and Stiga mower currently off the grass.
I have the feeling that things have changed a bit now that the Ampera is not sold any more in the UK. My bumper, and on my previous accident by nsf door, all came from the USA as there was no stock in Europe. May have pushed the price of repairs up a bit?BTW, I note that your original insurer complained about the extra costs of repairing EV's.
My car had a shunt a couple of years ago and required a rear quarter.
The only extra costs that I could see was the car needing to go to Vauxhall to be disconnected, then re-connected when they had finished.
This just shows the complete lack of support Vauxhall give this car. It is obvious that fronts and rears will be quickly taken from stock but they don't stock them.I have the feeling that things have changed a bit now that the Ampera is not sold any more in the UK. My bumper, and on my previous accident by nsf door, all came from the USA as there was no stock in Europe. May have pushed the price of repairs up a bit?
Pretty certain they are the same. Like most Vauxhalls if you take the badge off the grille you can see the outline of the Opel badge underneath. The only difference is the badge AFAIK.The worry is that there may well be a limited stock of Vauxhall bumpers etc unless they are identical to the Opel Amp.
My car is in for it's second no fault repair to the rear in three years!Renewed mine with Admiral recently... £295 but I expect that will go up at the next renewal as I have had a couple of claims recently... both in car parks and both at less than walking pace but a couple of thousand to repair each one! The latest one needs a new front bumper and I am waiting it to come from the USA right now.