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There’s so much more to the Chris Knott Insurance scheme than just the car insurance…

Check out our well-stacked home insurance deals for members of this forum.

Chris Knott Home Insurance offers you loads of benefits included as standard and could still save you money.

And, if you already have your car/cars insured with us, there are extra discounts available.

See http://www.ckinsurance.co.uk/docs/Ch...eInsurance.pdf for details.

Call us FREE on 0800 917 2274 for your no-obligation quote – remember to quote your unique club/forum code.

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Hi

If you or your family have home insurance, please read this!!!!!............

The stats show that 1 in 3 people take out a policy with us after being quoted and the renewal retention rate is always over 80% - last month was 84% - showing that more than 8 out of 10 people renew with us.

We’ve collated some quotes based on different areas of the country which hopefully will encourage you to ring us when your home insurance is due if indeed you need the cover!

Based on a semi-detached house in the Northampton NN3 postcode built in 1920, £200,000 sum insured, 38 year old policyholder, no claims, etc, the premium for buildings and contents cover would be £224 with a £50 excess. The premium would reduce with a higher excess.

For the same details in the Birmingham B26 postcode, the price is £182.

In Preston PR3 postcode, it’s £192.

In Newcastle NE11 postcode, it’s £239.

In Barnsley S74 postcode, it’s £218.

Obviously the quote may differ depending on individual circumstances, and postcode is one of the biggest rating factors, but we based these quotes on a real customer insured with us.

Please feel free to ring us for a quote when you’re renewal is due. If you’ve already got your car insured with us, you will be entitled to a further discount as well!!!!

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