Aviva Home Insurance – To Good To Be True ??????
Home insurance – building and contents inc. bikes in a locked garage
£120,000 worth of cover – not upper limit on amount in the garage or house for bikes. So i could have any amount or any number of expensive bike in the garage and they are insured for no extra charge?
Only if you require ‘away from home cover’ you pay more.
Any experience of this?Posted 4 years ago
That you ‘home’ is your house and all outbuildings
And doesn’t say you have to specify bikes unless you are adding it as an extra personal belongings under the ‘away from home’ cover.
I can’t find a fault, and the nice lady on the live help chat confirmed it. Need to ring on Monday as helpline closed now.Posted 4 years ago
Don’t get what you are ready Njee20
Cycles are covered under our standard contents policy within your shed, garage or home (but not your garden).
If you wish to cover your pedal cycle(s) away from home, we offer a pedal cycles option which covers each of your family’s cycles up to your chosen limit (between £300 and £2,500). Cycles are covered while anywhere in the world.Posted 4 years ago
Seeing as I work for Aviva I should chip in a bit 😉 (even if I’m a Solution Designer, not Underwriter)
Our contents insurance provides cover of up to £2,500 for the contents of your garage or any outbuildings on your property.”
Cycles appear covered as standard – but I would not expect them to cover the amount you’d be looking for. I would look to cover them as single named items – you’d need to give an Underwriter at Aviva a ring for a chat.
The key thing in buying cover for your house, that also covers your bikes is reading the detail of the policy, and then speaking to someone to make 100% certain you’re covered.Posted 4 years agonsbikescore1Member
We are with aviva and were told that our cover is for each bike up to £2500 in our home and garage and away from home (including abroad) if they are in a shed or garage or if they are locked to an Immoveable object. If the bikes are stolen from the van they are only insured for £1000 in totalPosted 4 years ago
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