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Old 17-04-2020, 06:15 PM
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BMWCC agreed value certification - how long does it last and how much does it cost? Is the process labour intensive?
I think from memory it’s 2 or 3 years, mine was done just under 3 years ago so I’ll probably get mine done again next year.
Cost was for me back then £24.99, for nonmembers £39.99.
Form to fill in, 10 photos, MOT, etc details are on BMWCC website. It takes a few weeks, as forms are sent first to office then out to Appointed Valuer. Bear in mind things will slow at the moment.
Classic Line might be a better option if you are short of time.
Good luck.
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Should add that there is a charge with Classic line of £24 for the agreed valuation and although you can suggest the value they will ultimately need to agree it when they receive pictures and details of condition and takes around a week from filling the online form in to acceptance .
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So just as an update, I reckon it will be c15% cheaper for me to switch to classicline having just got the quotes. Its pretty much like for like in terms of cover. I’ve been with aAF for about 5 years - and they might price match but I’m going anyway, they should have given me a keener renewal rather than wait for me to shop around. Btw I spoke to CL twice, v impressed with the service over the phone.
Thanks for the info. Very helpful as usual.
I’ll put some of the savings in the forum maintenance pot - well worth it
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Does anyone know any 'mainstream' providers who do agreed valuation? My current insurer is significantly cheaper than through a specialist broker albeit without agreed value. I've tried ClassicLine, Footman James and a couple others....
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