Category Archives: Specialist

12 Apr

Campervan Safety Tips

Whether you are living in a campervan or travelling in it you are still at risk of being target of thieves or potential safety hazards so it’s good to minimise risk where possible. So here are just a few things you can do to make you feel more safe and secure whilst travelling in your

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classic car insurance
21 Mar

Classic Car Insurance: FAQs

What is classic car insurance? Classic car insurance is specialist insurance designed for vehicles generally over 20 years old and driven as a second vehicle (although we can do modern classics depending on the model and mileage), these cars are usually treasured by their owners and are collectible. Classic vehicle insurance differs from normal insurance

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29 Jan

A-Plan Thatcham Schemes and VW Shows

Since 2012, the A-Plan Thatcham Schemes office have been proudly supporting Volkswagen themed shows and events from the humble family show T-Fest to Europe’s biggest van show Busfest. Our adventures started when we joined the Volkswagen T4/T5 forum as a sponsor and we noticed the owners of the club held a small show called T-Fest

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16 Jan

Don’t Risk Being Under-insured

Now that the Christmas festivities are over, you might want to think about whether the value of your home contents has increased with any gifts that you have received. Electronic goods, in particular, can soon mount up. • Did you know that an estimated 80% of people in the UK are under-insured? • Typically, an

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classic cars
18 Sep

Classic cars – a good investment?

Classic, rare and cult vehicles have always been a popular purchase for enthusiasts and in recent years there’s been an increase in their value. Did you know? • Classic cars are not subject to any capital gains taxation • Classic cars have become the number one investment in the world • Values have increased nearly

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young drivers
19 Jun

Young drivers bearing the brunt of higher premiums

Passing your driving test is an exciting time but young drivers are finding it increasingly difficult to find affordable insurance. The recent increases in IPT (Insurance Premium Tax) disproportionately affect younger drivers who already have the highest premiums and there is no exemption being offered to young drivers who are seen as a high-risk category.

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home
05 Apr

Property sharing services – implications for insurance

Airbnb is a relatively new way of renting your home and has grown rapidly in popularity over the last 9 years. Since it launched in 2008, Airbnb has become a global phenomenon with more than 300,000 listings in 192 countries. Their website allows you to list your house or flat as a whole or even

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04 Apr

Introducing: The Sporting Bears Motoring Club!

This week we’re highlighting what I believe to be one of the most honourable motoring car club organisations within the UK – The Sporting Bears Motoring Club. As a dedicated group of motoring enthusiasts, varying from classic Ford Mustang owners to Lamborghini Aventadors owners, they all have one single aim; to raise as much money

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unoccupied property
27 Mar

Why you need unoccupied property insurance

Standard home insurance policies will not usually cover properties that are left unoccupied for more than 30 consecutive days. Properties can be left unoccupied for a variety of reasons, including awaiting sale or waiting for the completion of probate, during renovations or for health care reasons (such as a long spell in hospital). If your

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caravan
13 Mar

Taking a caravan or motorhome to Europe

The sun is shining and it really feels like spring is coming! Caravan and motorhome owners are turning their thoughts to getting ready for the touring season. Why not broaden your horizons a bit further this year? Travelling to Europe with your caravan or motorhome can be a great idea for you and your family

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