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    Quote Originally Posted by Mick H View Post
    Unfortunately, their cover seems to be for 31 days, only, per trip, so that wouldn't be much use to many motorhomers.
    It's actually 90 days per trip.

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    Might be worth trying Columbus Direct. I don't know at what age they start seriously increasing premiums or putting on restrictions but found them competitive up to age 65 and 60-day trips (longer should be possible at an extra).

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    Staysure was the cheapest for us.

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    I am about to renew ours, unfortunately I thought I'd look at reviews of them before buying, I sort of wish I didn't though. Of course people are keener to post a review of what went wrong than when I did what it was meant to.
    May look at the Flexi account one,Travel & with the Mohome to 8m long including EU cover looks a good deal, at 120/yr. thanks Carol
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    We have Holidaysafe ( a Which best buy) - took the 60 day per trip, annual policy option and winter sports. 300 for a couple which may not be the cheapest.

    Edit: because we are skiing relying on only EHIC isn't an option.
    Elaine

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    Quote Originally Posted by toasty View Post
    Staysure was the cheapest for us.
    We found the same,they were also good for pre existing conditions which we both have.
    cheers,Steve

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    Try ehicplus.com. they do insurance for the over 65s.

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    Alpha Travel Insurance. 62.88 per year couple, pre existing conditions, worldwide cover. 10 million pound med cover. Used them twice now ( never claimed though ) I get the winter sports cover for skiing option. Peace of mind when traveling to Canada, Aus.
    Cheers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geraldine View Post
    Alpha Travel Insurance. 62.88 per year couple, pre existing conditions, worldwide cover. 10 million pound med cover. Used them twice now ( never claimed though ) I get the winter sports cover for skiing option. Peace of mind when traveling to Canada, Aus.
    Cheers.
    David
    what trip length please ?

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