motorhome insurance renewal

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by paulus the woodgnome, Mar 8, 2009.

  1. paulus the woodgnome

    paulus the woodgnome Read Only Funster

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    motorhome insurance due next week, anybody got any ideas on who isthe best and cheapest covr, caravan club, caravan guard, crusader etc
     
  2. pappajohn

    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    Adrian Flux, Comfort, NFU, NIG.

    depends what cover you want and your personal details ect.

    i found CC very expensive. £100+ more than my current insurer. (Soveriegn)
     
  3. stagman

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    I would agree with papajohn CC too expensive .Try RH 08701118963 .:thumb:
     
  4. thehutchies

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    I renewed mine on Friday through Comfort for the first time as they were the cheapest by a long way this year.
    Unfortunately, though, there is no alternative to making a list of as many companies as you can and contacting as many as you can for quotes.

    When your brain starts to leak from your ears, it's time to stop and choose one.
     
  5. wiljoy

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    Cheap motorhome insurance

    I'm not sure if it is lucky or unlucky to be over 55 but it certainly is better for vehicle insurance. We have three vehicle insured through Saga and cannot get anyone to beat the price on a like for like basis.
    Gleneagle Motorhome 2008 model and I pay £198, Astra SRi 2007 - £118 and a 2008 Corsa SXi at £109. All fully comp with protected NCB and European cover. Even as an Advanced Motorist I've never been able to receive reasonable cover.
    Last year I was quoted £365 by CC and after telling them of my Saga quote they said they would do it for the same, how much are these guys making out of us mugs ?
    Good Luck,
    Wiljoy
     
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    Shop around is the name of the game, companies like SAGA are a lot cheaper on line rather than telephone.
     
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    C & CC gave us the best deal, even with european breakdown cover were £50 cheaper than the nearest rivals. :Smile:
     
  8. superk

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    One variable is where your MH is stored - at home then your home postcode applies - in storage then some will still use the home postcode others that of the storage facility - daft.

    :Sad:
    Keith
     
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