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Old September 28th 05, 08:04 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
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Default Car insurance for travelling

Hi everyone,

To cut to the chase - I've purchased a car here in England that I would like
to take over to my holiday home in Southern Ireland and leave there for some
of the year.

I've phoned some insurance companies up and obviously my No claims doesn't
count because it's a second car, plus some only allow you to take it over
there for 4 - 6 months of the Year. I'm retired now so it's possible I may
leave it over there for longer.

Has anyone got any experience of doing this? would I be better of looking at
Irish insurers? would I have to get Irish plates for this? any specialist
English insurers that cater for this?

TIA,


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Old September 28th 05, 10:38 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Lofty
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Default Car insurance for travelling


"gbnews" wrote in message
...
Hi everyone,

To cut to the chase - I've purchased a car here in England that I would

like
to take over to my holiday home in Southern Ireland and leave there for

some
of the year.

I've phoned some insurance companies up and obviously my No claims doesn't
count because it's a second car, plus some only allow you to take it over
there for 4 - 6 months of the Year. I'm retired now so it's possible I

may
leave it over there for longer.

Has anyone got any experience of doing this? would I be better of looking

at
Irish insurers? would I have to get Irish plates for this? any specialist
English insurers that cater for this?

TIA,


Try Saga insurance m8


--
gbnews )




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Old September 28th 05, 10:38 PM posted to uk.rec.caravanning
Lofty
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Posts: 155
Default Car insurance for travelling


"gbnews" wrote in message
...
Hi everyone,

To cut to the chase - I've purchased a car here in England that I would

like
to take over to my holiday home in Southern Ireland and leave there for

some
of the year.

I've phoned some insurance companies up and obviously my No claims doesn't
count because it's a second car, plus some only allow you to take it over
there for 4 - 6 months of the Year. I'm retired now so it's possible I

may
leave it over there for longer.

Has anyone got any experience of doing this? would I be better of looking

at
Irish insurers? would I have to get Irish plates for this? any specialist
English insurers that cater for this?

TIA,


Try Saga insurance m8


--
gbnews )




 



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