Most dealers won’t accept the trade club anymore, which is a shame as i used it many times (well i had too as i had bloody loads of cards lol)."Club Membership (12 months)
As a member of the VxON Club, you get a digital member pack, access to the club members area on the forum, the option to attend and show your car at any of the national shows we attend and additional benefits in the way of discounts and the opportunity to purchase official VxON Club Merchandise.
Vauxhall Trade Club Membership - this gives members the opportunity to purchase genuine Vauxhall and GM Parts and Service Items at considerably discounted rates
Here are some of the other companies with which we have also negotiated discounts for you (more to come!):
* Chipex Stone Chip Repair System
* Chris Knott Insurance (Car, Home and Travel)
* Camskill Tyres
* Total Vauxhall
* LMF Vauxhall"
That’ll never happen David.Insurance discounts on car clubs are a bit of a con, I've challenged them before to find the discount and they will never give a straight answer. I think insurance companies should state a proper / real discount figure that they could be tested on, ie say it's 10%, phone up for a quote, get a quote of £200, say you're a member and they price becomes £180. It's a lie to have them say they offer a dicount for car clubs, advertisers must state a price, why shouldn't insurance companies.
Hi David,Where did you find that? And is it still up to date and valid?
Also, who are you, do you represent the club admin.
Some women asked me today if i knew what snapchat & Twitter was ?In the end it's a quid for a month that not many people miss for as much banter, moaning and occasional advice as you can handle with friends, online acquaintances and mortal enemies...we're all spoiled with the like of Twatter, Instatwat and Twatbook being 'free'.