Insurance Firms

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Insurance Firms

Postby andyw » 11 Feb 2010, 11:53


Had the Granvia nearly 3 years now, just had renewal for It :o , so looking for better deals for import MPV's

Can anyone give names of firms please, thanks

Andy :x :(
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Re: Insurance Firms

Postby Duexbiers » 11 Feb 2010, 13:28

I just had a very competitive quote from Aviva. They came out best from all the online comparison sites and the two which don't appear on comparison site i.e. aviva and direct line. :P

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Re: Insurance Firms

Postby ben » 11 Feb 2010, 15:45

NFU mutual offer competitive prices are much nicer to deal with than most insurance companies (and you don't have to be part of the NFU to join ....)

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Re: Insurance Firms

Postby gm8zero » 11 Feb 2010, 22:51

You could try Tesco online - wife and I fully comp with no additional excess was only £180.
However, it is direct line in disguise ;) :)

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Re: Insurance Firms

Postby Mike in France » 12 Feb 2010, 16:52

You could also try Privilege, although part of Direct Line they quote lower premiums than Direct Line for a Granvia.

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Re: Insurance Firms

Postby andyw » 12 Feb 2010, 19:40

Thanks for the input guys

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Re: Insurance Firms

Postby madcapdoug » 01 Aug 2010, 12:20

Hi, I am new here and have purchased a Toyota Granvia from Wellhouse Leisure. As I am an ex-pat resident in Italy I had difficulty finding insurance due to not having a residential address in the UK, but having UK plates on the van. I have found a company who will cover this scenario without any problem. The website is Hope this is of some help to others in my situation

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Re: Insurance Firms

Postby AndyCole » 16 Aug 2011, 13:09

I have a Granvia campervan conversion. I have been working my way through the companies listed with the following results. NFU Mutual would not insure the vehicle as I did not have an existing policy with them. Aviva don't insure campervans. I was insured through the caravan club but now need (occasional) commuting to work and they wanted an extra £150. I am now insured through Adrian Flux who have a campervan policy.

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