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Joeey009
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I got steel wheels on my car atm and wanted to change them to alloys but on confused.com it aks this,

Alloy wheels (non standard)
alloy wheels (optional extra)

The wheels/alloys are going to be direct from vauxhall it self and will have the vauxhall brand on them so i guess they are standard? So gotta pick optional extra?
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(Original post by Joeey009)
I got steel wheels on my car atm and wanted to change them to alloys but on confused.com it aks this,

Alloy wheels (non standard)
alloy wheels (optional extra)

The wheels/alloys are going to be direct from vauxhall it self and will have the vauxhall brand on them so i guess they are standard? So gotta pick optional extra?
Basically it has to be the alloys available on the optional extra list. As they consider aftermarket alloys as mods.
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If they are stock wheels then I wouldn't mention it as a modification.
Lets see an insurance company prove what wheels the car was supplied with new.
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