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if they write a caravan off how is the value assessed what about none standard item
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userkezia932
Posted: 19 June 2016 9:16 PM
Subject: if they write a caravan off how is the value assessed what about none standard item
 
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hi just a question about personal effects attached to the caravan none standard items like fitted motor movers and stabilizers that was fitted these was listed when taking out the insurance ,when a loss adjuster views the caravan do they take this into account in the final valuation , do i have the right to take these items off if they don't include them in the valuation and as long as i fit the standard hitch back on to replace the stabilizer .if they pay out solely on market value just for the van i should get these back right ??????????? unless they say the valuation includes these..

a used motor mover sells for about ?£300 to £350 and a stabilizer can fetch about £120

whats your thoughts on this can i bring this up with the loss adjuster .
if they don't include in the final offer i should be allowed to take these off if i am correct




Edited by kezia932 2016-06-19 9:17 PM
userStuartO
Posted: 20 June 2016 9:12 AM
Subject: RE: if they write a caravan off how is the value assessed what about none standard item
 


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Take your motor mover off before the loss adjuster visits, then there'll be no argument!
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