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Posted before on this subject.. After Saga we contacted NFU, (we have a local branch - brilliant. Just renewed and noticed they didn't have details of our tracker, phoned and got another £40 off.
It must be simply the new vans cost to insure? I am with Comfort and change vans this coming Tuesday. Last year for the Rapido I paid £396 fully comp, no breakdown cover. To change and renew my brand new van with 12 days before my renewal was due my premium for the Swift Kon-tiki was only £280.60p! :P Again no breakdown cover as the new van is covered by Fiat. And to top off the deal they did not charge me an admin fee for changing vans. Bargin I think.....
Check on your 'no claims bonus' (ncb) with your current insurer!
Comfort and as far as I'm aware, MHF ins policies have no ncb element ... I've changed this year simply because if I hadn't, I'd have lost my acquired ncb!!
|Techno100||Yep we pay £326 for same Dave with safeguard and still don't have full no claims|
Screw em when you have chance.
Premiums have increased during the last 6 months, world catastophes etc.
We pay aprox £360 which includes eu breakdown and recovery
i think that is not too bad.
Originally Posted by rangitira
I think it's a pity the insurance is called Motorhomefacts because I like and respect everything Dave has done and the value this site brings to us all, but even though I'm sure it's not really HIM, it's his name over the door.
We went from a G reg Pilote to an 02 Auto Trail C I , Fully comp, with Caravan Club, cost for remaining 8 months on Policy, an extra £30.
Think you should shop around?
Don't think so but in the end trying to do a deal in the two days I had available has proved too hard so if it's still for sale when I get back at the end of the month I'll go for it.
Why are all motorhomes for sale in the North! (Don't answer this but it always seems that way).
Re: Stunned by swap cost on MHF insurance
Originally Posted by JustRadio
Stunned by swap cost on MHF insurance
I sold the E700G and am looking at a little S560 Mercedes. The old policy with MHF still has 7 months and 3 weeks to run so I thought I'd do a swap.
Half the value vehicle, 5 years older, I thought maybe I'd be paying a £50 admin charge and that's it, but no they want another £180 to insure the smaller vehicle for seven months and 3 weeks.
Apparently it's a higher cost vehicle to repair but it seems strange to me. Anyway I suppose that since I'd probably get sixpence back if I went for a refund it's still my best option, but not very happy.
I don't know why I'm buying it anyway really, just caught my eye as a neat little bundle. Perhaps I won't...