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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 19-12-2013, 23:57 Thread Starter
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Insurance still MHF ?

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Is MHF Insurance now handled by the new forum owners, or still with Outdoor Bits ?
If the former, the can we please be informed of contact names and numbers ?
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I dont think it's ever actually been outdoor bits that handle it, they maybe get a little kickback for promoting it.. When you call it does same the name of the broker who is working as the middleman... Victor Millwell insurance agency. Policy is underwritten by Aviva..

Renewed mine yesterday, Safeguard wanted almost £100 extra and no breakdown facility for Morocco... Comfort were almost the same.

All paperwork arrived today inc my green card ready for January..
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Still the same - renewed mine a couple of days ago. Contact details are unchanged from before.

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Insurance

We are with MHF Insurance which is as said before underwritten by Aviva.
This year we were away for 6 months and about 2 weeks before we were due to sail from Gijon to St Nazaire a dopey tractor driver put us off the road somewhere near Cudierro. It caused quite a bit of damage and needed welding work of a high quality just to get us roadworthy.
From the first phone call whilst on the side of the road to the final cosmetic work carried out in England Aviva were superb, we had constant calls from them asking if things were ok and I could write for a week on just how good they were.
This aint my usual findings of Insurance companies but they were magnificent, friendly, caring and generally came over as a very caring company.
In all I would recommend them to anyone, top class.
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Re: Insurance

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We are with MHF Insurance which is as said before underwritten by Aviva.
This year we were away for 6 months and about 2 weeks before we were due to sail from Gijon to St Nazaire a dopey tractor driver put us off the road somewhere near Cudierro. It caused quite a bit of damage and needed welding work of a high quality just to get us roadworthy.
From the first phone call whilst on the side of the road to the final cosmetic work carried out in England Aviva were superb, we had constant calls from them asking if things were ok and I could write for a week on just how good they were.
This aint my usual findings of Insurance companies but they were magnificent, friendly, caring and generally came over as a very caring company.
In all I would recommend them to anyone, top class.
Mr Slip
Who phoned you please? Aviva or the broker?
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Thanks,all.

Recently renewed mine, with only an acceptable increase, whilst still in the middle of a claim.

Got clobbered in the rear last May in Austria. Aviva have been first class in dealing with my claim, including recovery of my excess.

I won't mention availability of spares from Swift.
Golly, I just did .
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