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06-05-2020 12:40
JanHank
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Originally Posted by patp View Post
Ouch Jan!

Fifth Wheel £255
VW Amorok £348
Thats what we have always said.

If I had a different car it would be a lot lower, but I donīt think itīs worth swapping.
The Navajo only has 5 years NCB because for some reason that had to start from scratch.

We did and I have asked other companies, but they are all more or less the same.
06-05-2020 12:02
patp Ouch Jan!

Fifth Wheel £255
VW Amorok £348
06-05-2020 11:58
JanHank Just thought I would let you know how lucky you are.

Navajo insurance 1,049.93Ä
Subaru Forester 616.09Ä

I am of course insured for every event.
06-05-2020 09:24
patp It was a fairly big box, Jean, but mostly I cancelled everything I could and, of course, as we had no house, we had no bills etc! Our tenants kept any post that went to the house.
05-05-2020 23:54
wfdTamar Finally heard back about that 'no cooking' clause. Of course they do mean no selling, but geez they could have written it better.

The excess is £350, plus £50 for it being LHD, plus £150 for being a foreigner = total £550! Lucky I found an alternative.
05-05-2020 05:59
rws4711 I agree, for our journey to the USA it was no Problem getting an Adresse ( postbox) forwarding mail , service, bank account or insurance.
All a lot easier then in the UK or Australia for that matter.
04-05-2020 07:57
raynipper 'Full Timers' have to be ingenious for things like that Jean. So much easier now with more and more communications online. We had to have a mail forwarding and registration address in the states but they are well geared up to accommodate all the nomads.

Ray.
04-05-2020 00:04
jiwawa
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We created a non existent address when we went full timing. We just stuck a post box on the outside of my mum's house and called it 15A, High Street, Nowhere. She lived at 15 High Street. It worked for nearly 3 years for everything including driving license, insurances, car tax etc etc. All our post went to that box. This would have been about 12 years ago. We didn't use her house because she would have lost her single occupancy discount on Council Tax and she had a thing about getting everything she was entitled to. She was also very nosy and I did not want her reading all our mail [IMG class=inlineimg]https://forums.motorhomefacts.com/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]
What an ingenious solution! How often did you collect? Or was it a very big box?!
01-05-2020 15:40
raynipper
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Originally Posted by nicholsong View Post
Which one did we meet for lunch? And which one is Prue married to? Do tell.
All over and cancelled now Geoff.
When we reached a certain age I started tidying up loose ends to make it easier if one dropped off the perch.

Ray.
01-05-2020 14:44
patp We created a non existent address when we went full timing. We just stuck a post box on the outside of my mum's house and called it 15A, High Street, Nowhere. She lived at 15 High Street. It worked for nearly 3 years for everything including driving license, insurances, car tax etc etc. All our post went to that box. This would have been about 12 years ago. We didn't use her house because she would have lost her single occupancy discount on Council Tax and she had a thing about getting everything she was entitled to. She was also very nosy and I did not want her reading all our mail
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