Originally Posted by 335ier
If you can maybe you could change to a type that hasn't the reported problems. IE Star spoke 230s. (lovely wheel)
They are a lovely wheel (230's), however they do crack just like the 225's do, along with the MV3's and a whole host of other BMW wheels.
BMW wheels + runflats = a marriage made in hell!
Originally Posted by Kerr
It does make a difference.
They always ask how many years NCB you have followed by how many claims in the last 5 years. If it really protected NCB and they honoured your NCB discount there would be no.need to ask about your claims.
Forget £1500 if the damage is as bad as it sounds.
Most insurers allow a certain number of claims over a differing (depends on insurer) amount of years.
Some insurers allow 2 claims,others 3 yrs before it impacts on your NCB.
Your insurance premium and NCB are two different things.
A claim will impact on your premium, invariably pushing it up, the NCB will discount (by the yrs you have earnt) the premium which has now been increased by the claim.