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NFU for us, not the cheapest but surprisingly not that far out, about 5-10% last time I compared for the kit & business cover, a cost I'm willing to pay to speak to someone local I can understand, who's happy to make changes / add temp covers for hired in kit etc and knows what your talking about when covering the agri related kit.

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With Towergate insurance through our local broker. Pretty good to sort out claims, even sort out courtesy vehicles if needed. Also got liability as well, just in case one of the lads is injured etc. Added bonus is, I can text our broker details of vehicle and have it added on the policy within half an hour. Highly recommended.  

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  • 2 weeks later...

Nfu for us !

But think there time is running out.

We used to hire in a tractor for a week or so but on the last job I couldn't hire in a tractor for short term had to insure for a year and couldn't cancel early luckily we didn't need too go on road so we insured it on hired in plant on existing policy

,but how stupid you can't now insure a hired in tractor for road use on a short term policy !????

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Nfu for us !

But think there time is running out.

We used to hire in a tractor for a week or so but on the last job I couldn't hire in a tractor for short term had to insure for a year and couldn't cancel early luckily we didn't need too go on road so we insured it on hired in plant on existing policy

,but how stupid you can't now insure a hired in tractor for road use on a short term policy !

do you already have a tractor insured with them, Iv not had any trouble adding an extra tractor or even a traced knocker on hire

 

All insurance companies are tightening up, I had a friend who discovered they were not insured to drive to work

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Dragging this up from the dead. NFU have quoted me £950 for a fully comp policy on the tracked unit valued at 20k, this about right?

 

They say it's a specialised unit and not an agricultural vehicle as its used for fencing.

Seems a bit high even for the NFU.
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Seems a bit high even for the NFU.

I must be honest I can't compare, we have a combined policy which inlcudes all plant and machinery and public employers liability etc all,in one, it covers us for hired in plant and all number of things. We are on about 5k a year I believe, but I think it's very comprehensive. Or at least I am led to beleive it is.

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