My wife has a Peugeot 206 Cabriolet and, after recently deciding the rear lights were a bit boring, ordered herself a set of Lexus-style replacements. At the same time, her insurance had just been renewed and she was waiting for the new documents to come through. She gave the AA a ring to confirm they were on there way, mentioned that she had replaced the original lights with some new ones and asked them if the new lights would have any affect on the policy. At the time they didn't know but would get back to her. They phoned back today to say that the insurance firm she had the policy with would now not insure her with the new lights. They've changed her policy to a new firm who are now more expensive...just because she's changed the back lights Can anyone on here who works in insurance shed any light (pardon the pun) as to why replacing the rear lights could cause one firm not to now offer insurance and another to put the price up. They are only lights...they don't make the car any faster, and, they are probably cheaper than if she went to Peugeot for OEM replacements.