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Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by Stephen & Jeannie, May 3, 2009.

  1. Stephen & Jeannie

    Stephen & Jeannie Read Only Funster

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    Yesterday, on my way back from Cornwall I was unfortunate enough to have a front tyre blowout on the M5, not an enlightening experience !!! It's not until you are on the embankment that you realise what a dangerous place the m.way hard shoulder is, but I digress !! :Rofl1: I have insurance with caravanguard who include recovery etc within their knockdown price. Less than an hour later a cheerful and most welcome mechanic arrived. He had to take the bike rack off to get to the spare wheel which he fitted in no time at all.Job done PDQ :Rofl1: So, I can heartily recommend Caravanguard for your next quote !! Where can I get a Michelin MN AGILIS CAMPING 113 Q tyre for a knockdown price ! :thumb: :thumb: :th

    And before some of you say " why didn't you do the job yourself " the scissor jack just laughed at the job !!!
     
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  2. Braunston

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    Hi,

    If you are a member of Costco they had an offer on some weeks ago that was hard to beat, and you could try www.mytyres.co.uk as sometimes they have offers
     
  3. pappajohn

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    know what you mean steve but its better than a hydraulic jack with no oil in it :Doh: re: my Loch ness thread.
     
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    I recently received my insurance renewable quotes for car, home and contents and motorhome (all expire in May) They had all gone up considerably and I'm glad I went onto the internet and not just allowed them to renew the policies. My car, a one year old Citreon C1 went from £181 to £322 for no apparent reason and the motorhome from £340 to £390 After a few minutes on the phone and a change of insurer for the home etc, these were reduce considerably and the motorhome now cost £297. The moral of the story is to shop around, ask for a reduction and change supplier if required. :thumb:
     

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