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Woody68

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Hi, new to all of this. I'm thinking of getting a campervan and using it as a daily vehicle as well as camping trips. Maybe a Peugeot Partner Tepee conversion.....?

Thinking of getting rid of my car and having the camper as my sole vehicle.

Question is would I be able to insure it as such? Daily/camping etc
 
Feb 22, 2011
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Yes, there is no distinction between use for camping and general domestic use.
Just business use or commuting would be excluded, unless you had it included as an add on
 
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Woody68

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Great, thanks for the reply. Was Googling for ages and couldn't find that info šŸ‘
 
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Woody68

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Thanks. Actually had a campervan when living in the Republic of Ireland and campervan insurance companies there insisted on you owning and insuring a car as well.

Now I'm back in Blighty, was wondering what the score was šŸ‘

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Feb 22, 2011
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Thanks. Actually had a campervan when living in the Republic of Ireland and campervan insurance companies there insisted on you owning and insuring a car as well.

Now I'm back in Blighty, was wondering what the score was šŸ‘
Just check with your insurer, but I pretty sure you'll find it like I suggested above
Don't use the comparison websites, they tend not to work well for campers or motorhomes, better to go for the specialist brokers like AIB or Comfort.
If you do a search on here it's a topic often discussed and you'll find lots of usefl information
 
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Have spoke to a number of brokers today whilst getting some renewal costs and social, domestic, pleasure and commuting was one of the options rather than just S,D & P.
 
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