HELP insurance for my rv

Discussion in 'American RV's' started by do1977, Apr 3, 2009.

  1. do1977

    do1977

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    ::bigsmile: can any one say the bast place to get insurance on my Winnebago Brave i have been quoted £700 so far
    what should i hope to pay??
     
  2. scotjimland

    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    A lot depends on your personal circumstances, age, post code, NCD , points on license etc..
    also what is included, break down/ recovery, glass, contents, European travel etc ..

    Whoever you choose ensure that there is no upper limit on glass, an RV windscreen can cost in excess of £3k

    I'm with NFU and pay £385 .. 36ft RV

    I have one claim two years ago and they paid out without question and didn't load my premium

    No limit on glass,
    365 European travel
    but no breakdown / recovery, I do that through the RAC Arrival scheme with the C &CC
     
  3. ginge61

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    try sureteam the do rvs or go to equity red star thats who a lot of the brokers use winnie warrior last 2 years around 200-250 limited milage etc
     
  4. Larrynwin

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    Safeguard are ok with no limits on mileage or european travel . Costs me around £500 pa for hurricane.
    Think I might try NFU next !!
     
  5. do1977

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    the best is just over £390 so far with out brake down
     
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    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    Sounds like decent quote, who is that with ?

    budget around £100 if decide to get EU break down cover
     
  7. Road Runner

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    I am with Sureteam Direct.

    They have proved very good with a glass claim and very expensive breakdown.
     
  8. do1977

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    08452020230 thats the phone no
    and i have named driver and he has a sp30
    it only has 90 day green card

    no down cover
     
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  9. Boo

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    I insured my BRAVE in Feb, with full no claims I got it for £303.59 including breakdown cover from Adrian Flux.
    It's cheaper to insure than my imported Honda Del Sol :Eeek:

    Boo
     
  10. olley

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    Thats good boo, mines with towergate bakers £500 with RAC arrival.

    Olley
     
  11. bashers

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    :cry: Comfort £4000 p/a

    :Sad: Sureterm £1500 p/a




    Ok, so i've only 2 years NCD to donate and maybe a couple of SP30s but thats crazy!
     
  12. scotjimland

    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    Wow.. did you say the forbidden word FULLTIME by any chance ?

    Give NFU a call

    01507600249
     
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  13. bashers

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    I told them the truth. I wanted to provide clarity so as not to give insurers any reason to wriggle out of paying a claim.
    Why bother insuring a lie when you know they'll use almost anything to dispute a claim.

    By your own definition i'm not truly "fulltiming", but I'm trying!
    Just have to come back occasionally for that blasted job thingy!
     
  14. dazza

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    I cant see how all your insurances are so low, our Damon Daybreak with Brake down cover is £900!!!
     
  15. charlie24

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    Try Coversure. They reduced my premium from £589 to £329.:thumb:
     
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    We are with Adrian Flux, £308.00 with european breakdown cover. They can be a pain in the arse with all there paperwork, but well worth sticking it out i think::bigsmile:
     

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