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Sarah is our insurance specialist, reporting the latest important developments in the industry.
Car modifications can often increase car insurance premiums. A number of drivers now commonly fit magnetic/removable signs to their vehicles. If you have already fitted these types of signs on your car, or are thinking about doing so, read the following recommendations first.
So-called magnetic or removable signs are very useful when using family cars for business purposes. As the name indicates, these signs can be removed or applied depending on your needs. This is why many people choose this type of car modification when driving their vehicles for business related trips.
If you are thinking about installing magnetic/removable signs in your car, it is important to remember that they should be cleaned at least once a week in order to make sure they maintain their quality.
Car owners currently looking for magnetic/removable signs can find a wide range of models offered on the market. Most magnetic vehicle signs come complete with full colour printed vinyl graphics and are produced with rounded corners to prevent the wind catching on edges. Otherwise, your sign could easily disappear in a windy day or at high speeds.
Another point to bear in mind is that you should always place them on a flat surface, as well as trying to place them on trims, contours and panel edges.
Generally, magnetic/removable signs are made from 0.85mm grade flexible material that is magnetised on one side. This works well in cars because it clings directly to steel, iron, tin and anything ferromagnetic.
Car insurance and Magnetic/Removable Signs
If you are fitting magnetic/removable signs in your vehicle, remember that a failure to let your insurance provider know about your car modification might end up in the cancellation of the policy. Therefore, it is important to let your company know about such changes straight away in order to add a modification element to your current policy.
Some providers will ask you to pay more for your premium, while others may alter your policy for no additional charge. Find out and compare the different prices online.