Any modification you do to the car from its original spec, you have to inform to the insurer.
So you have a tank fitted, you have to tell the insurer as its not part of the original specification of the vehicle. They probably wont class the vehicle as a LPG vehicle, but your premium may still be affected as its been altered from the original spec.
so if im carrying an gas tank for my BBQ in my boot then i need to inform my insurance company? if i take a dog to the local woods for a walk should i ring them up and tell them the car has been fitted with a dog? you see my logic?
surely until its all together its just wires and pipes?
Insurance companies are not stupid, if they can find out a way not to pay out, THEY WILL. So I cant see you plan about the fuse working.
the fuse was an extreme example but i was more thinking off removing the ecu and obv the tank will be bone dry?
Sounds obvious, but why don't you wait until you renewal and then fit the kit? If your "only" driving on petrol now, why are you fitting the kit now?
because its taking me ages to do this (slowly and surely wins the race) and i dont want to wait for a month to start using it after i get my insurance because i want it to start paying for itself.
secondly i dont want to have to ring up my insurance company and tell them iv fitted it. i want the cheapest quote for the year and at my age it makes a big difrence. changeing your policy half way through = pass the anal lube lol
and i dont think im allowed to declare a mod im planing to do am it?