Advantages Easy to contact
Disadvantages Lots of hidden catches and not the cheapest to start with!
I've been with admiral for a bit, I have third party as I drive a bit of a scud. I'd knocked off the front bumper and so traded my car in, got another.As you do.
Apparently, Admiral charge £150 to change your car mid policy. And they won'y budge on this! It is an 'admin' charge!No mention of this when I joined, and I think it's a bit of a con, what admin did they have other than having some poor minimum wage lad type n the new number plate? And who waits for a policy to expire and then changes car, and takes out a new poilcy? No-one. we all change car when we need to... so we are all vulnerable to this!
Even more maddening, it only cost me £25 to cancel my poilicy (which I did) and go elsewhere. When I pointed this out, they still wouldn't budge!(Just for those who think I may be a bit thick, I'm not talking about a premium change because I changed the model of my car, that was 'adjusted' too!)
Just a warning, for those who might join but have a car with not a lot of life left in it.... as a change will cost you ;)
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