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 #137993  by pipitiwai
 Mon Feb 19, 2018 6:27 am
Have just bought a motorhome for the 1st time (had caravan previous) and have had quotes from both companies, Campercare cheaper by $48 and includes roadside assist, any advise as to which is the better one to use
 #137995  by scubadoo
 Mon Feb 19, 2018 7:33 am
Read the policy "benefit" details carefully from both as they do vary somewhat.
We chose Covi because at the time they were and still may be the only insurer that would provide contents insurance for fulltime travellers.
Also if your motorhome weighs more than 3500kg check that any roadside assistance coverage suits your needs.
At the time of insuring our motorhome neither Covi or CamperCare would move our 5500kg rig if we broke down.
We now have AA Motorhome Plus cover as our roadside assistance option.
 #137996  by pipitiwai
 Mon Feb 19, 2018 9:14 am
Thanks for the information, it is under 3.5 ton, and is not lived in permanently
 #138009  by DandS
 Mon Feb 19, 2018 5:17 pm
scubadoo wrote:
Mon Feb 19, 2018 7:33 am
Read the policy "benefit" details carefully from both as they do vary somewhat.
There is no substitute for doing that, because the things that are important to one person maybe irrelevant to someone else. It does mean wading through around 20 pages of policy wording from both Covi and Campercare, but it is the only way to judge which policy is more suitable for you and the value for money.

Having done that we selected Covi even though the cost was slightly higher they offered cover that suited us better.
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