day insurance is something you need to consider taking out if you
are planning on taking your car on a track
standard car insurance policy's will NOT cover you for track days
and it is worth checking if taking your car on track days invalidates
your insurance policy.
are however insurance companies who will insure your vehicle on
track days and you can expect to pay around £100 (obviously
it does change depending on the value of the car, you will also
likely have a high excess in case of accidents so you could maybe
expect the excess to be £1000-£1500, again this depends
on the value of the car.
may sound high but remember accidents on track days are pretty rare
and you are not there to crash, you want to be able to take your
car off the track in one piece.
Many people do not bother with getting track day insurance and this
is fine if you are comfortable with the fact that if you do have
an accident or right the vehicle off you will have to pay everything
out of your own pocket.
drivers who like to do a number of track days throughout the year
it is also worth looking at getting year long track day insurance,
this can work out cheaper in the long run if you are going to be
taking your car on track a number of times.
reduce the risk of any problems on your track day you should make
sure you do track day preparation
to reduce the risk of any problems.
offering Track Day Insurance