MH tax and insurance

Discussion in 'Motorhome Help for the Beginner' started by adrenalinefx, Jan 28, 2008.

  1. adrenalinefx

    adrenalinefx

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    New to this and planning to go away to France, Italy and Spain in June-December this year. Where's the best place to get good, fully comp insurance for MH?
    Thanks
     
  2. Road Runner

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    I use these people and recommend them

    Motor Home Insurance - Quotes for UK Motorhomes & Motorcaravans


    Make sure you get European recovery with your policy
     
  3. adrenalinefx

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    Thank you will try them..
     
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    You can also look in our review section, there a a few listed there:Smile:
     
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    Me to Jim. No problems so far....although i havnt tried to claim (fingers crossed it stays that way!!!:Doh:)
     
  7. adrenalinefx

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    Thank you all ..x
     
  8. roger loiselle

    roger loiselle Deleted User

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    I am also new to this, after much research, I found SAGA offered brilliant cover at a reasonable cost. As far as tax is concerned, this can be done on-line but you have to choose a site address for reply and disc.
     
  9. PeteH

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    Hi

    Euro-recovery can be 1) expensive 2) un-obtainable. for anything over 3,5tonne.

    If your insurer does not include it as "standard" (some do) try the C.C.C. Who`s "arrival" scheme will cover ANYTHING (more or less) for full european cover up to 90 days Single trip for £164-00 (plus membership of the C.C.C current £36-00p/a)

    Check the Range however as some of the more recent additions to the E-U are not (yet)covered.

    IF you go to the RAC independantly they will not quote OR may ask for a "silly" premium on a "comercial" recovery scheme.
    pete
     
    Last edited: Nov 27, 2008
  10. Papa Smurf

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    jointhe C&C Club and get RAC cover at sensible rates (Arrival scheme) with no weight and height/weight restrictions :) Cost me less than £90 for a year.


    Oh, and NFU are great with dealing with claims btw :(

    Papa
     

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