insuring a van
Vans get broken into to see what is in them for one thing.
Vans carry pricy things
Vans are commercial vehicles and get driven by folks who dont care and so vans have more accidents.
Seaking as someone who has a vehicle that comes in car and van guise – vans twice as much to insure.Posted 4 years ago
Mine wasn’t it was cheaper just make sure they will honour your NCB as some give you a load of bollocks about different type of vehicles etc etc..
I’ve gone from car to van back to car and kept my NCB running without issue just tell them their talking crap work for me.Posted 4 years ago
Nope in an effort to look smart you have infact just tried to adjust my observation . What you have done there is put forward your own view and attempted to pass it off as correcting mines.
Nice try though. I still see many more of the vans i see on my jouneys being driven stupidly despite what ever view you would like to press on me , baring in mind i see alot more cars thus more of them will be driven by idiots – but the % vs the number of cars see vs vans is lessPosted 4 years agoandrewhMember
Mine was loads cheaper.Posted 4 years ago
2003 Hyundai Trajet, 2.0 petrol insured for £430
2004 Transit , 2.0 diesel insured for £360, when conversion to camper completed it was down to £204.
On the other hand mate has looked at Astra Estate £700ish (he’s very young) and Astra Van (esentially same vehicle, but with fewer windows and seats) £1,600ish. No idea why that should be.
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