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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-09-2013, 10:16 Thread Starter
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Is there a big difference in the cost of standard mhf insurance and the fulltiming insurance. And what is the difference in cover if any??

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Ring them and ask. Then you will have the information you want first hand, Alan.
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Ring them and ask. Then you will have the information you want first hand, Alan.
Very helpful thanks.

If anyone has fultiming insurance with mhf I would be interested to know what the differences are from standard insurance, I don't want a quote just some information.

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Oh sorry!

It just seemed the logical thing to do, Alan.
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We used to be with Saga, they cover 365 days a year. Their premiums went up, so now we're with Comfort, who also cover 365 days a year.

Not much more expensive than companies that limit the length of stays. Saga will probably quote quite cheaply, but be prepared to move when they hike the premiums in a year or two.
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We used to be with Saga, they cover 365 days a year. Their premiums went up, so now we're with Comfort, who also cover 365 days a year.
That's not quite the same as fulltiming insurance. Comfort and MHF who both use Aviva policies ask that you maintain and normally live in a UK property. If you do not then you have to request a fulltiming policy which is considerably more expensive.

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I have just taken out fulltiming insurance with MHF and you don't need a residency address in the UK but do need a "care of" address. The other requirement is you do actually have to live in your MH full time hence why I am sleeping in it outside our house till we vacate it in January.

As for cost difference sorry I have no idea as never had a quote for normal insurance on a MH. Although I thought MHF cost for the year was not bad at all.
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Aviva and Saga just about double the premium for fulltiming.

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