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post #1 of 33 (permalink) Old 22-08-2011, 10:36 Thread Starter
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Has anyone had experience of buying?

1st sight it seems too good to be true!

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Quite a number of us have MHF insurance

Don't know if anyone has had to make a claim though

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I just rang them today as I live in Spain I am moving back to the uk,they would not insure me unless i have lived in the uk for the last 2 years.And the did not know what N.C.D proof was ??????????

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i rang around, and MHF was the best, so thats what ive got.
that'll do me.
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i rang around, and MHF was the best, so thats what ive got.
that'll do me.
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Not had to make a claim yet, but not had to make a claim on any other motorhome insurance either



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Done the deal - MHF/Aviva. For those interested Comfort quoted me a good price which was also Aviva but MHF was 50 cheaper.

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had a quote today which is 10 cheaper than my renewal quote but will have to check all excesses and small writing to make sure is beneficial to me or not
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could anyone tell me if this policy covers the policy holder to drive any other vehicle not belonging to him (third party of course). If not could anyone tell me of a company that does as more and more companies are stopping this added cover. Brian t
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could anyone tell me if this policy covers the policy holder to drive any other vehicle not belonging to him (third party of course). If not could anyone tell me of a company that does as more and more companies are stopping this added cover. Brian t
Hi Brian,
Just had a quick look and Policyholder may drive a motor car not belonging and not hired etc - usual Third party risks.

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