Greenlight - No more agreed valuations



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Quite a bit more...about £500. But that is with just the one year's NCD I have on this car and 3 points on my license

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Quite a bit more...about £500. But that is with just the one year's NCD I have on this car and 3 points on my license

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I should add that £500 was comparable to other insurance providers when I ran a comparison.

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I recently renewed with green light and they upped the agreed value no questions asked.

They was also a good chunk cheaper than last year, and they do offer great customer service.
 
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I renewed in July. They did up the agreed value, however the price i paid was the same as last year, even though i dropped my millage down to less than 5000 a year - they gave me some excuse about the price of tax being increased or something.

I found another broker who offered the same deal, but ended up staying with greenlight as i've been with them for years.
 
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Hi @Paul Morris, I thought I’d bump this thread as I think Greenlight may well be offering agreed value policies again after a brief hiatus.

Personally I renewed in November with Keith Michaels but was also offered a very competitive agreed value through A-Plan (Thatcham branch).

Good luck
 
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No luck I’m afraid. They’ll only offer an agreed value if the car is heavily modified. None are interested in stock. Greenlight offered to go to their underwriters if I was willing to pay over a grand a year - no chance for the 2000 miles a year I do in it!

Greenlight also said “many Trophy owners overvalue their car”. Personally, I didn’t think having an agreed value of £5k was unreasonable!

I’ll take my chances with my current multi-car policy.


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