Van Insurance Questions

Discussion in 'Managing Your Business' started by nwcs, Aug 19, 2013.

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  1. nwcs

    nwcs Forum Addict
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    hi been looking at sorting my van out so in the back it looks very neat and tidy but always been put off putting racking up as insurance company always ask.

    has the van got internal racking !!!!!! if I was to do it and say yes will they want more money ?

    also I have water heater but haven't installed it as another think they ask is,

    do you carry anything hazardous , i.e gas bottle. !!!!!!! if I said yes would they want more money ?

    and before you all say you need to tell them about water tank I have, there fully aware my van is for my window cleaning business


    any advice would be greatly appreciated

    neil
     
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  2. OoO

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    Shouldn't you be asking the insurance company these questions.

    Nobody here will give you an accurate answer as they are not insuring you.

    My advice is ring Aviva. I saved over £350 now.

    They are ok with mods.
     
  3. nwcs

    nwcs Forum Addict
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    just starting an insurance debate damo,

    there are lots on here that may of been thought this with there insurance company's already

    my insurance isn't up for renewal yet, just wondering if any body has advice or story's there wanted to share,

    there's not been many new or interesting post this last couple of weeks
     
  4. OoO

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    Lol you can say that again. Fed up of all the drama at the moment.

    I spent ages looking for insurance and it seems aviva is by far the cheapest lol
     
  5. nwcs

    nwcs Forum Addict
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    im 38, ive got 3 years ncb, no points 10 ncb on car

    04 Vauxhall combo cost me £350 tpft, my post codes not the best,

    got told by insurance company I clean windows for if I was 15 miles down the road in darlington it would be £100 cheaper
     
  6. Andykarlaxxx

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    Paying 350 a year and your worried about it going up?!?

    Cheapest quote ive had is £1350!!!!
     
  7. stuvy

    stuvy Well-Known Member
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    my quote was around the 1000 mark id be well chuffed with 350
     
  8. OoO

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    £390 fully comp - protected NCB - all mods declared
     
  9. Andykarlaxxx

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    U on that over 50's insurance damo?
     
  10. OoO

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    Im 21 mate ?
     
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