I then realised I couldn't find the keys so the whole family got together and we searched to motorhome high and low. With my usual patient and calm demeanour I accused each family member of stealing the keys, which was followed by more accusations of half-hearted searching for the keys, before finally accepting my son's story that aliens had come from mars and stolen the keys. So I then went to get my phone from the cab so that I could call my insurance company for help. I was stranded in a field with a miserable family and to make things worse, it was about to rain.
There in the centre consul, with my phone, were the keys! Oh my goodness. I had left the keys of my precious motor home in the cab. I couldn't help wondering if my motor home would have been insured if it had been stolen and my mind drifted back to the Insurance Times article.
If my motorhome had been a car the ombudsman would have considered
Was I in a position to deter a thief
Was I recklessly ignoring the risks
Whether I knew about the exclusion in the insurance policy
I would like to think I would have been given this kind of consideration as well with my motorhome. I would say you have a much higher chance of getting a comprehensive insurance deal to cover any situation if you go through an insurance broker.
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