motorhome insurance for young people

Discussion in 'Motorhome Insurance General Discussion' started by kaybee, Jul 6, 2012.

  1. kaybee

    kaybee Funster

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    Does anyone know of an insurance company that willinsure my son (under 25)? He holds a Class 1 HGV license and drives 44 tons around but I cant find anyone willing to insure him for a 3.5 ton motorhome. He has a completely clean license
    Kaybee :Doh:
     
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    try coop google C.I.S. i found them good for my kids a few years ago .also covered driving other peoples vehicles as well.
     
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    NFU used to be good for insuring younger drivers, but not needed this for a few years as my daughter now takes care of such things for herself. Another few years and it will be insuring the grandchildren time so were going to start saving up now :Rofl1:
     
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    If you take out your main motorhome insurance policy with Safeguard, they are very good with younger drivers. They insured me aged 25 and Sophie aged 21 without any issues at all including 365 EU usage and EU breakdown cover.

    If you just want temporary insurance without cancelling your existing policy Aviva do temporary insurance polices in addition to your current insurer for motorhomes however this may work out expensive.

    http://www.aviva.co.uk/short-term-car-insurance/

    My father has a 2011 Autotrail which I borrow occasionally while we're looking for a new van and to add me to his Safeguard policy is just £35 for a week, £45 for 2 weeks etc. I don't think it's a great deal more for under 25's (provided over 21) - they just have a higher excess.
     
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