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Insuring Van with WFP ?

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fandabby

Hi

 

We are getting a van and having a WFP system fitted. Van is arriving today and getting system fitted next week.

 

I need to get insurance for the van, what does everyone do here? Do you insure the van and equipment as a modification to the van or van as standard and wfp separate ?

 

Any companies you recommend or just a van insurance compare sort of site ?

 

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windowsurfer

I'm with Aplan insurance, think they insure up to 600-650ltr tank, but check. I put in a ecotemp gas heater, which they insure as well, I've got a fiat doblo cost just under £34 a month. I've fitted 400ltr tank in a cage by a garage.

 

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fandabby

Thanks.

 

We are having the hot water 750l tank fitted in a trafic lwb.

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spruce

I'm with Aviva and they insured my van with a 650 liter bolted down tank. They will ask you if its been professionally fitted.

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alfie92

What's everyone paying a month? I know age and no claims and where people live come in to consideration I wouldn't mind a general idea myself incase I'm paying to much. I'm paying £109 a month and paid £200 Ish upfront that's with 6yrs no claims and the tank professionally fitted and if anything happens I get a van with a system in as a replacement

 

 

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windowsurfer

I added the replacement van insurance, I think I paid it separately as a one off when going into winter, sure it cost about £80ish? Maybe not though

 

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What's everyone paying a month? I know age and no claims and where people live come in to consideration I wouldn't mind a general idea myself incase I'm paying to much. I'm paying £109 a month and paid £200 Ish upfront that's with 6yrs no claims and the tank professionally fitted and if anything happens I get a van with a system in as a replacement

 

 

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It all depends on the age and value of your motor, When I read that lads are paying less an £100 a month I think lucky blighters but their van could be 10 years old.

 

I pay just under £1,600 a year over 10 months with a fully fitted out wfp courtesy van included in the policy I have 7 years NCB but I drive a 65 plate L200 with a 400ltr diy fitted system

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steve garwood
It all depends on the age and value of your motor, When I read that lads are paying less an £100 a month I think lucky blighters but their van could be 10 years old.

 

I pay just under £1,600 a year over 10 months with a fully fitted out wfp courtesy van included in the policy I have 7 years NCB but I drive a 65 plate L200 with a 400ltr diy fitted system

£1600! :eek:. Just been quoted £460 with Aviva for a brand new van.

Extra 68 quid for a Courtesy van

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£1600! :eek:. Just been quoted £460 with Aviva for a brand new van.

Extra 68 quid for a Courtesy van

I look forward to those days! Just over £2k and that's after they knocked off £400. NI is a joke for insurance, apparently has the highest number of car thefts in Europe lol

 

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