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post #21 of 68 (permalink) Old 14-04-2013, 09:44
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If you go with Saga for first year stand by for massive hike in second. Sprat to catch Mackel comes to mind

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....or even "mackerel"

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I made the mistake of asking Saga for a quote 2 years ago. Never took a policy because they were very expensive, but have deeply regretted the day that they got my name and address as we have been bombarded by continuous broadsides of junk mail for their cruises/holidays/whatever. Pain in the neck, to say the least. If I want to go on a cruise, I will book with a cruise line that has nice modern ships and facilities, not what appears to be 20 year old refurbished cruise line cast offs..........
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Does mhf give insurance for full timers
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We've been with Saga for 2 years, and there wasn't a hike in charges the second year - more or less the same price as the first.

We chose Saga because they cover for both insurance and breakdown anywhere in Europe for a full year, with no restriction on the length of time abroad. Most other companies seem to have restrictions.

Having said that, our insurance is due for renewal soon. If there is a big hike in price from Saga, we will look elsewhere. But we'll still want the same sort of cover, with no restrictions on time spent abroad.
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Does mhf give insurance for full timers
According to their handbook:
"Long Term Touring & Full Timing
13. This policy is subject to the following conditions:
Policyholders must maintain a full UK residence, either through ownership or long term rental agreement
(of at least 9 months) unless a full-timing rate has been agreed and paid.
The address shown on the Schedule must be the one at which the policyholder is on the electoral roll,
(unless a full-timing rate has been agreed and paid) and also the one that appears on the driving licence
and vehicle documentation.
The motor caravan must at all times have a valid MOT certificate (unless not required due to age of the
vehicle) and current UK road fund licence & tax disc.
Should a copy of a utility bill (as evidence of residence at the address) be requested at any time
(inception, mid-term, renewal, in the event of a claim) then one must be provided.
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Does mhf give insurance for full timers
why not ask them directly rather than posting in this thread?

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I have not made a claim for M/I yet and have paid out thousands in premiums over the years . Me thinks Saga worth a try this year as half the premium wanted for same cover with Safeguard including excessses Safeguard even charge at £25 admin fee each renewal for posting out the paperwork. Saga claims may hopefully not need to be used but terms seem very good with lots of discounts
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Re: motorhome insurance

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Has anyone any experience of Saga claims service ?
Yes!
I cannot fault their service. My van was stolen from beside my home whilst we were away after a burglary and theft of keys.
Saga created no hurdles and paid out in full for the van and extras exactly four weeks to the day after it was taken. They were also the lowest quote for comprehensive cover.
That is exactly what I took insurance out for.

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