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  1. Idpost
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    Idpost Regular EF Member

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    Southport
    Can anyone recommend a good tool insurance provider. Preferably one that is stand alone to PL and vehicle insurance?

    Thanks
    Ian
     
  2. Charlie_
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    Charlie_ Electrician's Arms

    Most PL and van policies give you the option of additional tool cover..
    How come you want stand alone?
     
  3. Idpost
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    Idpost Regular EF Member

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    Southport
    I’m just in the process of renewing my PL insurance. They also provide tool insurance, but when you read the terms, they don’t offer cover between 9pm and 6am for tools in a van unless the vehicle is locked inside a building or parked in a secure car park. So not much use if you can gets broken into during the night!
     
  4. TonyMitchell
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    TonyMitchell Electrician's Arms

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    Berkshire, UK
    You will get a better all in one deal combined with your van insurance, than if you take out a separate policy elsewhere. Make sure you fully understand the exclusions.
     
  5. TonyMitchell
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    TonyMitchell Electrician's Arms

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    Berkshire, UK
    What does “20 characters” mean?
     
  6. Idpost
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    Idpost Regular EF Member

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    Southport
    A thread title has to be at least 20 characters
     
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  7. anthonybragg
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    anthonybragg Electrician's Arms

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    NORTHAMPTON
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    CHARLTEC ELECTRICAL LTD
    As I have posted before we used to have it until I was told that you only get the value of the tools at the time of the claim YOU DO NOT GET WHAT YOU PAID FOR THE TOOLS so it gets to a risk factor after a few years where there is a point that you will pay out for insurance for nearly what you may have paid for them.
     
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