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Spoff
Hi, I'm half tempted to get Lexus lights fitted on the car, but before I even begin looking does anyone know if it would class as a 'modification' when it comes to insuring the motor, and if so is it likely to affect the premium?

thanks in advance.
stef123
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Hi, I'm half tempted to get Lexus lights fitted on the car, but before I even begin looking does anyone know if it would class as a 'modification' when it comes to insuring the motor, and if so is it likely to affect the premium?

thanks in advance.
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yes, you have changed the standard vehicle.
Spoff
Cheers, I'm not the keen anymore!!!
Danny87
I think the Lexus style lights have the potential to look good on some cars. Mostly those made by Lexus :D

I've seen sooo manny people stick them on and they look so out of place, because most of the time the rest of the bodywork has been left completely standard. So imagine the standard rear bumper, standard windows without tints and steel wheels - and stuck on the back is this pair of Lexus style lights and it looks completely out of place, and literally like they've just been bolted on in desperation to make your car stand out.

I guess it shows I really don't like them, but it's only my opinion :D


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