Thu Apr 02, 2020 3:40 pm
I realise insurance cover in Kenya is probably different from the UK, but we've just gone onto Ground Cover only with our C182, coinciding with a renewal, which saves a considerable premium (over 2/3), though Kenya isn't in clampdown yet.
Some items might be of interest:
1) Whether engine runs are permitted (OK, I know two sides to that, but inhibiting isn't appealing), and/or taxying allowed.
2) 3rd Party risks in place? Knocking into another aircraft while towing out of the hangar.
3) War Risks? Sounds unlikely. Besides the obvious (riots, terrorists etc.) in our case also covers malicious damage. There was one instance with a disgruntled employee who dumped sugar in fuel tanks, which came under that category (at least, with our insurers).
4) Loss of No Claims Bonus? We lose ours by not continuing with the same cover on renewal, which is painful.
I'd be interested in what UK insurers are offering.
taildragger group - West Sussex