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post #11 of 68 (permalink) Old 12-04-2013, 20:53
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I am seriously looking for insurance come September 29th.
Last year we would have liked to change our insurance but the quote given by any company is only valid for four weeks. Once more we intend to be out of the country from early August for two months and nobody will quote us.
The best we could do was get a continuation of our existing insurance by Standing Order but I would like to shop around.
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Any ideas?
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Why not sort your m/h insurance out whilst you are abroad?With a good internet connection I am sure you could browse the net,get a few quotes and sort out payment.Be a good excuse to sit in Mcdonalds and have a couple of big macs.

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Was expecting the usual jump in renewal price after first year incentives - but it didn't happen.
Very happy to renew.
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Same here. Very pleased with that and also the way that the windscreen claim was dealt with (OK, only a windscreen claim but it was all arranged without hassle)
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I have found you need to ask a lot of questions about exactly what you're getting for your money when comparing quotes.

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May seem a silly q but do you do cars as well l have CB with you and wanted to know about cars as mine due in a few days

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I have just, last week , received a renewal quote for my motorhome insurance with Safeguard whom I have been with for 6 years. I was shocked that they want for renewal £540. They tell me I can reduce this by increasing the excesses. They tell me the increase is beacuse I have a brand new vehicle. I have full no claims discount. I therefore decided to check the market out and Saga have quoted me like for like cover at half the premium quoted by Safeguard to include European cover and breakdown. Has anyone any experience of Saga claims service ?
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I have just, last week , received a renewal quote for my motorhome insurance with Safeguard whom I have been with for 6 years. I was shocked that they want for renewal £540. They tell me I can reduce this by increasing the excesses. They tell me the increase is beacuse I have a brand new vehicle. I have full no claims discount. I therefore decided to check the market out and Saga have quoted me like for like cover at half the premium quoted by Safeguard to include European cover and breakdown. Has anyone any experience of Saga claims service ?
Try CaravanGuard for a quote :

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It may be the best quote

But I haven't claimed anything for the £10 thousand pounds additions ,so the motorhome was £47thousand

A hundreds pound more for us than the "secret " insurer

Why????

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l have not heard good things about saga been couple of watchdog type warnings on tv and radio (one was just the other day) also think some bad exp. on here with folks, l personally wouldnt touch them with a bargepole only good thing they have is magazines and that was the outcome of the warning prog. as well.

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