tractor insurance

turbokid

Member
Hi, i just recieved my renewal policy and i noticed that one of my tractors which i have insured fully comp and valued at 100,000 euros is costing 2000 euros to insure. would this be the norm?
 

Nigel Wellings

Member
For a farming client with no more than 25% contracting and little in the way of claims in last 3 years I would be looking for £750-£800. If you have had a number of claims or are 75-100% contracting then it can soon be double this. I note you are also talking in Euros, the prices I refer to would be in £ for England , Scotland and Wales
 

turbokid

Member
For a farming client with no more than 25% contracting and little in the way of claims in last 3 years I would be looking for £750-£800. If you have had a number of claims or are 75-100% contracting then it can soon be double this. I note you are also talking in Euros, the prices I refer to would be in £ for England , Scotland and Wales
sorry nigel only just seen this now. i am located in ireland hence the euros. i have zero claims and well over 10 years no claims. my insurance company is after dropping 400 euros.
 

Nigel Wellings

Member
sorry nigel only just seen this now. i am located in ireland hence the euros. i have zero claims and well over 10 years no claims. my insurance company is after dropping 400 euros.
I dont know the Irish market but still think that rate seems very high, even if they knock 400 euros off. Have you been able to obtain any quotes else where. Your insurance record is obviously good so would have thought others would quote.
 

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