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Just been speaking to my insurance about adding spacers and lowering springs to my Audi S3, via my broker. I have sent details of the springs and spacers as advised to them in which they have notified my insurer think its Aviva... anyway, they say that they wont insure my car with these modifications - is that barmy or what? with the world of modified cars growing by the minute and that's not just your RS turbo crew surely it would make more sense to offer insurance and pump the premium up a bit? How do you who have modified your boxster / car get on with your insurance company? I wouldn't NOT tell them about the mods, don't see the point in that. But these are small modifications.... wonder what would happen if I started banging 20" rims on it and pumping it to 500 hp surely some of the Instagram'ers are not declaring all