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Old 04-07-2014, 06:19
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Default Are you covered for Debris Removal & Re-siting costs?

Something you need to check with your insurance policy

Here's some info I received from Leisuredays, other companies may be different.

http://www.leisuredays.co.uk/news/de...over%3Fcontent
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Worth double checking. Thanks Angie
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One park I know add 10% to the amount insured. We have always said as it's likely we'll make something on the replacement caravan we'll carry the cost of clearance and repair.

If a customer insures for market value then we would add something as they are likely to take their money and run in the case of a total loss. It's academic as all of our customers insure new for old
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Angela,

I was initially perplexed by your title "...resisting costs."

...but succumbed to your meaning after re-reading the whole thread.
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Angela,

I was initially perplexed by your title "...resisting costs."

...but succumbed to your meaning after re-reading the whole thread.

Darn predictive text!!! Thank you!

(Should've gone to specsavers )
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It's worth asking what the park has to say about this. If a caravan is written off it's usually replaced. We will make some money from the replacement so we'd generally cover the cost of clearance, but it's on a case by case basis. I'd have thought that the customer would have been through trauma without getting hit with a bill from the park. If the customer opts to take a cash payout then we'd be looking for some costs to be covered though, so it's worh thinking about.
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