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Post by Polly on Wed 8 Jan 2014 - 10:25

Hia


Please quick answers need replies today


If you have a self build


A van converted to a camper


And you have not changed it over on the reg document 


If you book a ferry and say it is a motorhome/Campervan 


Do they check what it is registered as 


In other words if we book as a camper would we be ok


Or would their be problems at te ferry ports


Even though it is kitted out and looks the part of  a camper
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Re: Van or camper to belfast

Post by mike 100 on Wed 8 Jan 2014 - 10:46

can not see they would check polly but why are you booking as a camper is it cheaper than a van or some thing

only thing I would be worried about if there was and accident  the van got damaged if you book it as a camper and it is reg as a van could be insurance problem ??


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Re: Van or camper to belfast

Post by Polly on Wed 8 Jan 2014 - 10:50

Hia

No sons camper 

He as not changed it over on his documents 

Yes cheaper than van

If he chances it only for a couple of nights for the Arenacross

Going to phone Jo up and see what she says
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Re: Van or camper to belfast

Post by whistlinggypsy on Wed 8 Jan 2014 - 13:45

How have you converted the van Polly, have you made structural changes i.e. fixed furniture, ehu, gas supply, ect. or have you just thrown a mattress and a bit of camping gear.

If the changes are permanent then you will have to reregister as camper if you haven't done anything permanent it can stay as a van.

Is it worth trying to get a few quid off the cost of the crossing and risking an Insurance claim that could possibly go belly up, it will cost you a damn site more.
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Re: Van or camper to belfast

Post by Polly on Wed 8 Jan 2014 - 18:27

Hia

Sorted and booked
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