I got a good quote from Admiral today BUT the guy on the phone (who seemed like a well spoken, intelligent sort of chap) stated very clearly that they couldn’t insure the battery. He said Admiral would only ever pay out market value of the vehicle, which is fair enough I guess!
I don’t own a Twizy (yet!?) so I was wondering if someone who actually has an existing battery hire contract could tell me if it states that the battery must be insured, or if I can just chance my luck and pay out of my own pocket should the worst happen?
P.S. For putting a Twizy Urban on a multicar policy I was quoted £370ish with 0 years NCB, but it also reduced the premium on my “main” car quite significantly, meaning my total insurance bill would only be up by £160/year (Twizy would be parked outside on driveway. I’m 31 years old with 13 years NCB on my other car, 6 points on my licence)