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post #11 of 24 (permalink) Old 14-12-2008, 20:20
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Maybe it's just me, but how can you give an award to best insurer, as the type of insurance varies so much due to vehicle, people and location.

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Comfort get my vote.

Much cheaper than any of the rivals (including SAGA) AND they dont have silly restrictions on the amount of time you are away !!

If you insure your house through them as well they DO NOT include the "The house must not be unoccupied for more than 28 days" rule.

When you ring them you get to speak to someone who deals ONLY in MH insurance so they are expert in the field.

Their breakdown cover doesnt have a size/weight restriction either !!

All in all I find them impossible to beat !!
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Comfort Insurance.

They were good to deal with on the phone. Also if you take out their home insurance as well you can easily get covered for more than the silly 30 days. We settled for 90 days but could have had longer.

Also you don't have to phone up before you go away. Some policies/companies want you to phone up to let them know when you are going away for longer periods.

By taking their travel insurance as well you get a very good competative rate. So I have the motorhome, house and travel insurance.
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Caravan Club, way cheaper than anyone else and good cover without excessive excess.
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NFU. Cheaper this year than last, no excess, bonus protection and 360 days Europe cover.

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