Car Wrapping?

A3 Sport

Registered User
If you have a car wrapped, does that mean that the car is then classed as 'modified'... therefore shoving the premium (even more) through the roof?

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yendall24

Registered User
yes mate it will definately be classed as a modification . the insurer asks does the vehicle differ in any way from original manufactuers specification that wording covers everything . which means even if you put brighter headlight bulbs in then it is different to original spec not just that you will have to by law tell the DVLA of the colour change
 

Neilldh

Registered User
yep, i was thinking of wrapping my A4 with white vinyl, rang my provider (Swiftcover) & was told if i did carry out the modifiaction i would have to canel my policy and insure elsewhere. So in a way i'm glad i didn't go ahead and wrap it without checking
 

Jay A3

#because Racecar
yes mate it will definately be classed as a modification . the insurer asks does the vehicle differ in any way from original manufactuers specification that wording covers everything . which means even if you put brighter headlight bulbs in then it is different to original spec not just that you will have to by law tell the DVLA of the colour change


Not sure about the insurance part, but you dont have to inform the dvla as the colour change is not permenant
 
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