The Toyota AE86 is a very iconic car within its own rights. The car was imported from japan and has recently been purchased by George. Currently he is in the process of putting his own stamp on this car. The vehicle has had suspension changes and some minor engine modifications. We are sure that we will be seeing more changes before it gets to show season.
Being in the business for a very long time, I have found that most people are clueless about insurance, even most agents who sell them. I will agree that their rates are cheap. But I wouldn’t recommend them. Inexperienced adjusters. They do not fully investigate. The policy does not cover like, kind, and quality which is bad if you have a new vehicle.
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Unfortunately, some people learn the hard way that forgoing car insurance – even for just one day – can cost thousands of dollars. Fortunately for Jason, no one was injured in the crash that wrecked his baby. While the average property damage claim for car crashes is more than $3,000, just one injury costs an average of more than $15,000. It may be a matter of needing insurance for a single day, week or month, but a crash can happen in mere moments. Say a coworker wants to borrow your car on her lunch break. No big deal, right? It’s only an hour or two. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, more than a million vehicle crashes occur during lunch hours every year. This is exactly when one-day car insurance can help.
Jason never thought lending the keys to his prized Mustang to his cousin would end up being such a costly mistake. While on his way to work with the borrowed car, Jason’s cousin, who had been living with Jason’s family temporarily, was broadsided by an uninsured driver, which completely totaled the car. Jason was under the impression that his car insurance would cover the damages, and finding out the repairs would have to come out of his own pocket hurt almost as much as seeing Sally’s broken and battered body. While most auto insurance policies cover any driver who has been given permission to use the car, and can protect against damages caused by an occasional driver, Jason’s car insurance was valid only for the family members who had been named as part of their household.
In fact, even if you are involved in a collision and are not at fault, driving without car insurance of some sort means driving illegally. So more than likely you would not get compensated for your own expenses, even if the other driver was at fault. Avoid tickets, points against your driver’s license, and possible hefty fines by getting at least 24 hour auto insurance coverage for occasional use.
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There are several advanced driving qualifications which will give you extra skills as well as potentially reducing the price of your car insurance by up to 25%. If you've recently passed your test, you should consider taking a PassPlus or Any Driver BTEC course, or if you've been driving a bit longer, complete advanced driving courses such as IAM or RoSPA. These courses can pay for themselves in insurance savings, which could amount to hundreds of pounds. Schemes like these have been shown to vastly reduce the likelihood of accidents involving drivers who have taken it. And that means cheaper insurance.
Modifications: Litchfield Stage 4.25 Upgrade: Dyno’d at 695bhp / 626lbft, 1,100cc Fuel Injectors, Large Bore performance Forge intake kit with larger MAF housing, ECUtec ECU, Litchfield 102mm Full Exhaust System, Litchfield Race Intercooler, Litchfield Blow off valves, Litchfield Throttle Bodies, Litchfield Downpipes, Forge Header Tank, Alcon Super Brake Kit, Pagid PS29 Brake Pads, Airlift Performance Suspension, Eibach Anti Roll Ba, AG Carbon Fibre 421 wheels with Neochrome Hardware 20/10 Front 20/12 Rear, JCR Carbon Fibre Shift Paddles, custom carbon fibre interior trim, Recaro Seat Sliders, Expel Matte PPF over real carbon fibre bodywork with Dark Grey Vinyl Rear Quarter, many carbon fibre parts, Tommy Kiara LED Rear GTR Emblem, window Tints, Litchfield Stainless Steel Under Tray Bolts, Audison Voce 5.1K Amp, Audison Voce Speakers all round, Custom Carbon 5-Gallon Tank for Air Suspension, Accuair eLevel Management, and many, many more!
Craig’s Ford Focus RS is extremely modified. The engine is forged with oversized pistons etc. It’s also had lots of headwork – it’s running a gtx 35/86r turbo with 1000cc injectors. In addition, it’s running an emu black ecu, is on bc racing coilovers and has a full roll cage (painted orange) fitted. Other modifications include: racing bucket seats, a wrap (done by blueprint), a btcc front end, and many more.