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Motorhome Insurance - Is this normal?
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userMag&Hal
Posted: 1 August 2022 7:19 PM
Subject: Motorhome Insurance - Is this normal?
 
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Just renewed insurance on our motorhome and for the second time have been asked to provide, proof of address, DVLA licence summaries. photos of licences front and back, V5 log book copy, mileage, signed copy of their terms of business.

Is this usual practice? Never have to do it when insuring any other vehicle/
userbounty hunter
Posted: 1 August 2022 7:32 PM
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No. Who are your insurers?
userMag&Hal
Posted: 1 August 2022 9:08 PM
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userDen
Posted: 1 August 2022 9:22 PM
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When insuring our minibuses and Hackney carriage vehicles we have to provide
Log book and license, only to prove we have the revelent type of license.
Never would I give all this info to Fred Bloggs.
To much information for my liking.
userg7eor
Posted: 2 August 2022 6:43 PM
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I was asked for all of that ++++NI numbers for both of use and a proof of security system fitted. I will not be using that company again.
userGandJP
Posted: 3 August 2022 11:53 AM
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I use the NFU and have non of that nonsense. Ditch them is my advice.

Edited by GandJP 2022-08-03 11:54 AM
userweldted
Posted: 3 August 2022 2:32 PM
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Given all the scams about keeping as much of your personal info to yourself is pretty important.

I would say proof of address so as to prove you are not full timing but that is easily overcome so to much weight to that requirement

Driving licence if you want to hire anything you have to generate a code and show your licence so fair enough

V5 log book copy to prove its registered to you but does not prove you are the legal owner

Mileage where policy is based on anticipated mileage.

If you obtain a quote and pay I would think that accepts their terms of business.

Having never had todo that I would take my business elsewhere.
userMag&Hal
Posted: 5 August 2022 7:59 PM
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I have exchanged some choice words with them. They'll lose my business.
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