Motorhome Insurance

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by Lynn ( Mrs Ash ), Aug 30, 2010.

  1. Lynn ( Mrs Ash )

    Lynn ( Mrs Ash )

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    Our Motorhome Insurance is due for renewal , we are currently with Safeguard and the premium seems high this year :Sad:
    What Insurance Company do you guys use and do you consider it a good price ?
     
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    acting_strange Banned

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    I would certainly recommend Giving Frank Pickles a ring. I have just gone over to them from caravan Guard and saved money.

    I wrote a post about it earlier.
     
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    Steve & Lynn.

    Try NFU Louth they have been good to me in the past.

    Mike
     
  4. DMS

    DMS Trader Life Member

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    try coversure in nuneaton Ask for craig mention my name you may be suprised !!!
    if not then caravanguard are very good too
    alan
     
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    We use the Insurance Factory as they were the cheapest last year, but our insurance is coming up to a renewal within the next 2 months so it will be exciting to see if they are still the cheapest then :)

    Rasmus
     
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    niggle Banned - Rule 1 Banned

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    :thumb::thumb: COMFORT they insured my auto trail for £ 252 all in and euro break down for extra £ 40 :thumb::thumb:
     
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    make sure you check your docs if you do a renewal as cover can change:Smile:: sureterm are not very good as we found out
     
  10. Road Runner

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    I am with sureteam direct, a forum sponsor i believe so discount maybe?
     
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    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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    been with NFU for many years, been extremely pleased with both the cost and the service.. :thumb:

    About three years ago we had an accident in France, RV suffered only minor damage to the front bumper but the other car was a right off...

    The claim was settled without fuss without loss of NCD

    ... I now use them for my Honda , first class company
     
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    I was a farmer for many years used the NFU too but not all of us have the same experiences with the same company.
    I find them over charging and not as responcive as one should hope in the hour of need
    shop around and tell who ever your talking to for quaots what the others have offered they are all looking for the business so play on off the other and youl get a good rate
    i paid £520 Fully comp with europe cover for my RV value £28K
    IC 0844 56 77 566 www.insurancechoice.co.uk

    hope this is of help
     
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    I use Saga insurance, fully comp with protected no claims - £75 this year.
     
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    I've just gone with Saga, too. Picked up our first MH on Saturday. Burstner t660, insured it fully comp with protected no claims, for £215. Includes European use. Was very pleased with that. There's no point in saving money, though if the service is no good when you make a claim. Have no experience of this with Saga but have scoured the forums and they seem to have a good reputation. Fingers crossed I won't have to claim.
     
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    We too are with Saga, this years policy was more than last but decided there wasnt much in it price wise when comparing other companies. Saga will, when getting a quote, reduce further if you also get a quote for car insurance, you dont have to take them up on it but anything else off is a bonus.
     
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    Janine Funster Life Member

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    Also Saga don't charge extra for paying in instalments.
     
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    I am with SAGA until October when it runs out. Hellishly expensive although I have seen where they will quote half that for new business. I have got a great quote from Insurance quote from Insurance Choice.

    Don
     
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    I went with the C&CC policy this year. £150 less than previous company with 365 days European cover and able to dive other peoples vehicles ( a lot of companies are deleting this cover). A good deal I thought.
     
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