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post #21 of 33 (permalink) Old 18-10-2011, 10:48
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Morning All

My MH NFU policy was due: in checking around I included MHF and liked the manner and way they did business almost as much as I liked the saving of just over 100.

First set of documents didn't arrive ... the second set did promptly.

Well pleased all round
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Well done MHF insurance, that has more than paid my subscription.
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Our previous cover was with saga. In retrospect , It seems to us that saga tempt clients in with a fair 1st year cover ( which ours was) , then put on a massive hike ( in our case hundreds ) in year 2 quote . Possibly hoping that client will simply accept and let cover roll on .When we questioned the hike in premium , basically we were given a load of waffle.Which led us to contact other insurance providers .

Other thing with saga , more nuisance than anything , was the constant stream of basically junk mail received from them . It must cost them a fortune to post out all that junk. No doubt paid for by the huge hikes in quotes in year 2 clients .

Regarding renewed insurance. We went with MHF. Took it out just a few weeks ago . The quote was fair , total cost way down on quite a few other obtained quotes . For more or less the same cover .

Received within a few minutes , e mail copies of all necessary documents . To date , no " hard copy" mailed details received .Are we supposed to receive by normal mail ?



Importantly , the only downside of obtaining the quote was in confusing communication . Using the phone numbers advertised , was never quite sure who we were talking to ... MHF/brokers/Aviva ? Which does concern us should we (hopefully not ) have to make a claim in the future .
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I have had a look at the details, and I see that there is no recovery in the event of an accident. This concerns me. Other than that it all looks good, but I'd like to be clear on that before I take my enquiries any further
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Policy

My Brokers (Stavley Head) have told me my insurers have withdrawn from the motorhome market.

Stavley Head also tell me that all the other insurers have insisted on a tracker being fitted.

Well I spent 650 on a crap Thatcham 1 alarm so Safeguard would insure it a couple of years ago, so will not be wishing to go down that road.

QUESTION:

Can MHF Insurance have Protected no Claims?

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Trev, MHF insurance do protected no claims.
Nuke, sorry I did not reply before, yes mhf insurance saved me three years subscription!

Very good telephone manners too.
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I did not see it on the online quote form

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one resounding fault i found...

windscreen cover is not adequate for an A class....
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Further to my comment above re protected no claims. I did ask for this but I cannot find it mentioned in my paperwork. I have phoned the office but am a little confused. I have asked if they would clarify on the Forum.
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