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hi   i have done one years insurance with adrian flux and he charged me 850 fully comp clean licence held for many years 10 years no claims i want a lot cheaper this may can any one please regards ty ps i am very young 75

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3 hours ago, tyrone reynolds said:

hi   i have done one years insurance with adrian flux and he charged me 850 fully comp clean licence held for many years 10 years no claims i want a lot cheaper this may can any one please regards ty ps i am very young 75

 

Hello Tyrone,

 

Welcome to the Forum.

 

There is a main thread on here which lists many insurance companies which will insure Alphards and Vellfires.

Many mainstream insurers, however, do not; especially if you have your vehicle converted to a campervan.

I found AF quotes rather silly, but other members have been very 'happy' with them.

As with all brokers (which AF is) is it worthwhile understanding which company is the actual Insurance Underwriter (provider).

 

Insurance Companies for Your Toyota Alphard

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We were a bit concerned seeing some of the prices quoted on here, mainly as this is a second vehicle so starting from 0 no claims on the vehicle. Adrian Flux sourced fully comp for the 2 of us for £285, through an LV subsidiary company. There are deals out there!

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3 hours ago, Oddcouple said:

We were a bit concerned seeing some of the prices quoted on here, mainly as this is a second vehicle so starting from 0 no claims on the vehicle. Adrian Flux sourced fully comp for the 2 of us for £285, through an LV subsidiary company. There are deals out there!

 

I believe Safeguard and Scenic are both subsidiaries of LV.

Safeguard will insure conversions provided the convertor is on their recognised 'list'.

Otherwise Scenic will insure conversions.

 

There are deals out there.

Many insurers on line forms will not recognise an Alphard.

This does not necessarily mean they don't insure Alphards.

If no luck, phone the company direct.

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