He said: “Many drivers might assume that they have no obligation to let their insurance provider know if they buy new alloy wheels for their motor – after all, it’s merely aesthetic and doesn’t enhance the car’s performance.
However, alloys can make the car more attractive to thieves, and can also alter the car’s value.
“[These are] two reasons why drivers risk invalidating their insurance if they fail to disclose their new alloy wheels.”
Analysis from Adrian Flux has revealed exterior bodywork modifications are likely to most affect your premium with costs rising by up to 15 percent under some circumstances.
Published at Mon, 04 May 2020 07:51:00 +0000