RV Insurance

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  1. bandit

    bandit Funster

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    Morning all,my insurance is coming up for renewal,and wonder if any of you fellow RV,s know of any companies.Ive rung a couple of companies,the best quote so far is,597pnds,which is not bad,to silly quotes.your imput would be appreciated.:thumb:THE BANDIT
     
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    flatpackchicken Funster Life Member

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    Hi, Give Safeguard a try, but they also include European Breakdown and recovery with no size limit all in the policy, also (I think please check) that they also allow 365 days per trip, meaning no max trip limit like some other companies ie max 30 or 45 max days per trip, Regards Garry Flatpackchicken
     
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    As long as you don't want a green card for Morocco Adrian Flux used to be very competitive when I ran RVs. They also do European breakdown cover for RVs.
     
  4. bandit

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    Afternoon Snowbird,im with Adrian Flux at the moment,but they have increased my premium for moving down to Widnes.They made a song and dance about where the rv was stored,and wanted photo,s.Ive had to good quotes from caravan guard,and a company thru Motorhome Facts.Thanks for your info.:thumb: The Bandit
     
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    We used safeguard for both our RV's and the euro mh. For theRV's we used thebreakdown cover 3 times, twicein the UK both needing to be towed or low loaded and oncein Switzerland excellent cover especially as they covered the first £700 worth of repairs in switzerland still cost us £1700 but all helps.

    when we get our next MH we won't use anyone else
    Good luck:thumb:
     
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    we was with Campton we had a bump with our RV two yrs later we thay will no pay out we would not recommend them
     
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    Agree with Garry, we also use Safeguard , not the cheapest but could be the best overall cover :thumb:
     
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    H.. i have just paid my insurance renewal, to day and it was £240. fully comp.:Laughing::Laughing: Walter. ps its a 7.5 ton iveco 30ft. long








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    my 30' rv is with a/flux £450 safegard £650

    my autotrail with safegaurd £450

    with a/flux £600 dont make sence does it?:Doh:
     
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