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Insure your keys for loss or damage at over 50% saving of Keycare,s normal price - £6.99 per year @ Save on your Insurance

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Hi had my renewal quote from key care wanting £ 27 for£1500 worth of cover for loss/damage of motor/ household keys insurance. Thinking that this was a bit pricey I trawled the Internet and found th…
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Avalon-One
crazybarginhunter
wow people really will buy anything these days

A month ago i'd have agreed with you 100%, i've never lost keys in the last 26 years of having them (i'm 35). This year that changed, I misplaced my car key (still missing), I called the dealer to be told it required the dash to be stripped and the security ECU replaced, everything to be put back together and 3 new keys coded in, that would cost just under £1200 inc VAT and i'd need to have the car transported to them, if I wanted the physical lock's changed that was extra! For the sake of £6.99 a year i'd see that as good value, on the basis that i'd paid for it for the last 26 years i'd still be better off than one trip to the dealer.

It's personal choice, but you probably won't miss £6.99 a year, you do tend to miss £1200+ 2 weeks after Christmas and in my case it focused my mind on finding an alternative solution which cost a lot less.


​has this website closed down. can't find it :(
crazybarginhunter
wow people really will buy anything these days

A month ago i'd have agreed with you 100%, i've never lost keys in the last 26 years of having them (i'm 35). This year that changed, I misplaced my car key (still missing), I called the dealer to be told it required the dash to be stripped and the security ECU replaced, everything to be put back together and 3 new keys coded in, that would cost just under £1200 inc VAT and i'd need to have the car transported to them, if I wanted the physical lock's changed that was extra! For the sake of £6.99 a year i'd see that as good value, on the basis that i'd paid for it for the last 26 years i'd still be better off than one trip to the dealer.

It's personal choice, but you probably won't miss £6.99 a year, you do tend to miss £1200+ 2 weeks after Christmas and in my case it focused my mind on finding an alternative solution which cost a lot less.

Edited By: Avalon-One on Feb 12, 2016 14:49
wow people really will buy anything these days
Avalon-One
jrw
Always been standard on house and car insurance for me?
Check the small print, I had this on my car policy - small print states it's only in cases of theft, home insurance was a similar story. Dealer wanted almost £1200, I sorted it for £200 in the end.
I have as I have only just renewed both - Emergency access to locksmith in case of loss or theft and key replacement in case of loss or theft. No excess on these either.
jrw
Always been standard on house and car insurance for me?

Check the small print, I had this on my car policy - small print states it's only in cases of theft, home insurance was a similar story. Dealer wanted almost £1200, I sorted it for £200 in the end.
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