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  • juggins
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    Rather than leave my critical illness insurance in the bank/pension or pay of the mortgage have spent a considerable part of it on a converted Ford Transit Custom. Any top tips on where to get the best insurance deal? According to the current owners it is registered as a motor caravan.

    Cheers

    gearfreak
    Member

    Camping and caravanning club were cheapest when we insured ours last year. (You don’t need to be a member for the insurance)

    Premier Icon Stoner
    Subscriber

    Lifesure have always been best for me (VW T4 campervan)

    2015 £208
    2016 £237
    2017 £247

    wobbliscott
    Member

    I got my camper in March. My current car insurance policy runs out in September with Direct Line. I got quotes from all the usual places but Direct line transferred my current policy over from my Smax to the camper for £26 for the remainder of this years policy and i’ll transfer over to a more specialist company in September. Direct Line have all the same cover as all the specialist campervan/motorhome policies so just seemed easier.

    pjm7
    Member

    I’m with performance direct, decent price, fortunately not had to test the service.

    sturdylad
    Member

    Try Brentacre, alway been the best in the 4 years I’ve had my van.

    Saga. Not a joke.

    sharkattack
    Member

    Brentacre. Usually the best for any kind of specialist vehicle in my experience. Been with them for 5 years myself.

    Premier Icon tthew
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    Adrian Flux, also good for more unusual insurance requests. Just got a full years quote for learner driver stand alone insurance on our car for £382. Next best was 5 months for £245.

    vorlich
    Member

    Comfort insurance

    Premier Icon Davesport
    Subscriber

    Caravan Guard.

    Premier Icon colournoise
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    Went through all this when I got my van in December (not a full camper conversion though). Brentacre were cheapest and best to deal with in terms of modifications etc. They actually seem to understand what these vehicles are and how they’re used.

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