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post #41 of 74 (permalink) Old 12-03-2012, 13:49
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They say we should wait and they will post within 24 hours.
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I have read every word of the Aviva policy and there is nothing relating to wild camping and non cover. If you are using the vehicle within the terms of the contract it is covered, Simples.

The only way they could exclude cover is if you were to do doing something specifically excluded in the terms and conditions.

Sorry but this thread is bordering on the ridiculous.
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Like Groundhog, I have just read all the way through my policy booklet, this time from MHF Insurance. This is the latest book, issued with my renewal in Feb. this year.

Nowhere is there any exclusion relating to wild camping or unsecured sites other than requirements for storage.
See my previous post.

Teacups and storms are the words that come to mind.

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spoken to the broker, every quote / policy is done on an individual basis and I believe there is some business use included here which has complications, someone from the broker will be looking into this and will be in touch either later today / tmrw
Hi,

Does this mean if I visit my daughter I will not be insured if I park the motorhome on her drive.

and

Attending Motorhome rallies etc, they are not registered sites are they ?

Unless we start getting some clarification I think the majority of us will be marching with our feet. There is no point in giving us a competive price if the policy is inadequate.
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Hi,

Personally I don't for one second think the OP has been given the correct info, but I still think some clarification is needed (I too have read the policy documents and find no reference to these exceptions).
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I think (hope) that you are right and that it is a misunderstanding. Optimistically looking forward to the forthcoming clarification
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A close relatives drive is somewhere mentioned that it IS possible to park long term if I remember rightly.

Section 1 clause 13b
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Update.
Peter from company rang he has been motorhoming for 30yrs so understood exactly.
It is a grey area with ALL insurance companies but so long as no laws are broken when parking up and all reasonable steps are taken to protect yourselves and others you should be covered.

For instance if police knock on the door say l wouldnt park here couple folks have been broken into you ignore it an stay get broken into that is not reasonable.

He also warned that you should discuss needs properly witb the ins. company to clarify problem areas dont duck out or think you understand or assume l have the paperwork l can do whatever it could bite your bum afterward )

I am happy that l got a lot of easy to understand help and advice that means l will go with mhf even though it is about £100 more than present one CG one

Brian l love you for eternity you are my rock and my life there will never be anyone like you or who could take your place.
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"It is a grey area with ALL insurance companies but so long as no laws are broken when parking up and all reasonable steps are taken to protect yourselves and others you should be covered".


"should be covered"? That's reassuring, when do you find out whether you are or not?
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