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Post by elveys »

Any suggestions for van insurance for non commercial use? Been with Adrian Flux for a few years but had some probems this year where they no longer allowed drivers to be added for temporary periods which was handy for longer trips where a few of us shared the driving.


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Post by AHPP »

I moved from Adrian Flux to Brentacre and am much happier. Social, domestic and pleasure only and they're happy with modifications. Ask for Rhod and tell him Alex in Sunderland sent you.

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Post by Dave W »

Try A-plan, nice guys.

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Post by sundaykayaker »

A PLAN again 01562 756580. Ask for Dave. Just got toyota hiace. Fully comp. Business and pleaure. With 90 days Euro cover pleaure only

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Post by birdy07 »

Herts (HIC) have been good for me. Can't say if they'll add drivers temporarily but they'll do annual european cover which I struggled to find elsewhere.

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Post by Dave Garratt »

Brentacre here, as said above, really helpful, good price and no modification too big.
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Post by DanH »

I use Safeguard, but I have a campervan. I used NFU for my old van and probably still would if they did campervan insurance.

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