Plus AAA will cover a loss at a track event, as long as it was not a "timed competition". Even better if there is an instructor present, as it is considered driver education. I've had friends total cars at an HPDE and were covered by AAA. Others weren't so lucky.
That's because more people have stuffed Cayman's (and every other car) than the 12C so far. Once the actuaries get some numbers on the Mac, I expect they will find some sort of excuse to raise rates. This will be especially true if a good number of them get crashed early on.
Seems about right Bruce,if your an upstanding citizen in the UK at a certain age its 1% of value give or take a few quid!!English people try Locktons I got a brilliant rate - I think £1970 fully comp no trackday cover me , wife 32 year old son all drivers
Seems about right Bruce,if your an upstanding citizen in the UK at a certain age its 1% of value give or take a few quid!!
speaking to Francis the UK sales director (not too good with titles if its wrong Francis)Mclaren are working with someone to get us track insurance for next year ,or something like,but it seems like they have lots of ideas for next year when there are enough 12c,s in the Uk to put events on.
Roll on the spring!!
I really want to avoid individual track day insurance, if possible, so will pursue Aon but not overly impressed so far.AON have changed to Footman James and they are completely hopeless
I changed to Locktons who broker it but its £500 more than my 458 was
What did your yearly turn out to be? I got a quote from AAA. They didn't know what to do with the MP4 so they priced it out as a 458. No accidents, no tickets, age > 40, multi-car and some group discounts and they gave me a quote of $4149 a year for 4K miles. Total for my Boxster, F430 and MP4 would be $7500 a year! I currently pay $1700 a year through Liberty Mutual and I'm waiting for a quote through them. ...It's crazy how much the companies (and perhaps individual branches) differ...
Interesting that AAA was the cheapest. I've insured with AAA for more than 30 years, but just moved all my cars except the '56 Ford to Progressive. They were 1/2 the price of AAA for virtually the same coverage.