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    Fully comprehensive insurance is available starting at just
    213* to Eircooled members.

    • Extra vehicles covered for just 57 each. (TBC)
    • Drivers must be over 25 years old. (TBC)
    • Main policy holder must have a full licence. Vehicle generally has to be over 20 years old, but they will consider 15+.
    • No commercials.
    • Golf GTi's, Porsches, etc will have to be referred for consideration.
    • Mileage is restricted to 2000 miles, with various options for larger limits (see below).
    • Extra drivers are free if they are over 28, but must have their own insurance (on other car), except for your partner who need not have
    • All cars under policy can be used at the one time if required - i.e. 1 policy, 2 cars, 2 drivers, both driving at same time - no problem.
    • Driving other cars is included.
    • Vehicles of up to 50k value covered.
    • The vehicle is NOT subject to a road-worthiness test
    • Ireland wide breakdown cover is covered for 365 days per year.
    • Custom vehicles ARE covered.
    • European/UK driving is covered for 31 days per year.
    • Glass cover is provided up to a value of 1000.

    *213 offer is subject to the above terms along with other terms and conditions that you can discuss with the broker. This page is provided as a helpful guide, but please confirm all details and benefits with First Ireland.
    To apply you should phone Brian Butterly on 01- 8820800. or bbutterly@firstireland.ie


    You will need the following;


    Eircooled member ID
    Name
    Address
    Date of birth
    Occupation
    Licence type
    Bonus details of members main car if you have one
    Any claims details
    Named drivers details (name, d.o.b, occupation, and licence type)
    Year of classic car
    Make and model of classic car
    Engine size of classic car
    Value of classic car

  • trev
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    I think you might have to go with the motor caravan club to insure a new-ish camper. But I don't have one, hopefully someone who knows for sure will respond

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  • Ian O D
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    HI everyone. Will a T5 caravelle 2004 be able to get covered on the policy? ( I see it says over 15 years considered) Camper on the log book. If not any idea who will insure it as all online are asking about 1.8 metre internal height. Sure im only 5 foot 6 lol. Cheers

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  • Rez
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    Thanks again Trev for looking after these on behalf of the club. You always seem to get these sent out within a few days.

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  • trev
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    Hi Zelim,

    It's not an automated process, I'll sort out your membership etc tonight and email you with your membership number. Your welcome pack will follow by post.

    Trev
    Membership Secretary

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  • Zelim
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    Hi to all. In process of getting club membership in this club. I have send my enquiries and send my payment, but no reply. I have purchased classic car insurance from First Ireland and part of a deal was that I become member of classic car club ( eircooled prefered) can anyone tell me if there is a phone number of a secretary or admin who could sort this out for me. Thank you all a d have a lovely day

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  • baz76
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    Sorted
    Last edited by baz76; 19-03-2020, 04:47 PM.

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  • Tim
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    Not til its 40th.

    And a camper requires a CVRT test, which is not as severe as an NCT.
    Last edited by Tim; 29-01-2020, 07:42 AM.

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  • JustinOval
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    Originally posted by gary1998 View Post
    So tried to get cover today on a1980 t3 ..she asked does it have nct I say no it's exempt.. they say get nct or we dont cover it
    Won't be exempt until its birthday.

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  • Tim
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    Will vintage trucks still need to be tested annually under new regulations?Vintage trucks first registered prior to 01 January 1980 which are being used solely for non-commercialpurposes will not require roadworthiness testing. From 20 May 2018 vehicles between 30 and 40 years of age used for non-commercial purposes willbe required to undergo compulsory roadworthiness testing every two years instead of annually.From January 2020 onwards any vehicle 40 years or older will notrequire a test.Vintage vehicles used for commercial purposes willcontinue to undergo annual roadworthiness testing.What is considered a vintage vehicle which is used commercially? If it is being used to transport passengers or goods for hire or reward it is considered to be used commercially. This document is for general information only. It does not, and is not intended to, provide legal or technical advice or to represent a legal interpretation of the matters it addresses.What colour should indicators be on a 1963 vintage vehicle? Normallythe colour should be amber, however if the vehicle was first registered before 01 July 1964 it can be any of the following:(a) amber -where the indicator shows both to the front and the rear,(b) amber or white -where the indicator shows only to the front,(c) amber or red -where the indicator shows only to the rear.What colour should front parking lights be on a 1963 vintage vehicle? When lit they should have a white or yellow light to the front and red to the rear.Do pre 1980 camper vans require CVRT? No test is required on pre 1980 motorhomes or motor caravans

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  • Tim
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    From RSA Website.

    FAQs on Vintage Vehicles
    and Roadworthiness TestingWhat is the definition of a vintage vehicle? This refers to a 'vehicle of historical interest'which fulfils all the following conditions:it was manufactured or registered for the first time at least 30 years ago,its specific type as defined in the relevant national or union law is no longer in production;it is historically preserved and maintained in its original state and has not undergone substantial changes in the technical characteristics of its main components.Are vintage cars pre 1980 exempt from NCT?Yes. Currently private cars registered prior to 01 January 1980 are notrequired to undergo a roadworthiness test. However if the vehicle is being used for commercial purposes, e.g. wedding hire then it will require a roadworthiness test.Why do vintage trucks need to be tested?Vintage trucks can be used for commercial purposes i.e. to carry a load, and this is why they are required to be tested. These vehicles are tested to the standards that the vehicles concerned were originally designed to meet. What are the changes for vintage vehicles that are currently within the scope of testing at NCT Centres?New regulations are:from 20 May 2018 all private cars registered post 01 January 1980 that are over 30 years old but less than 40 the requirement to undergo a compulsory NCT will be reduced to every two yearsfrom January 2020 onwards any vehicle 40 years or older will not require a test
    Last edited by Tim; 28-01-2020, 06:18 PM.

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  • Tim
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    How is a 1980 T3 exempt???

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  • gary1998
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    So tried to get cover today on a1980 t3 ..she asked does it have nct I say no it's exempt.. they say get nct or we dont cover it

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  • RattyOval
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    We can add the Peugeot 205 to the list which First Ireland won't insure..
    "It's just an old car"

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  • gary1998
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    So update ..rang first Ireland back told them I changed tax book from commercial to private like they told me too .. they then asked for nct I said it has doe .. he says he'll check and call me back .. he calls back asks does van have windows and seats I say it has a seat in back but not for passengers even d'oh they knew it is a two seater van ..they that be grand but you've no windows .. I say what if I put windows in (I won't) he say well then that'll be a modification. Dick heads they cost me 100 euro extra in road tax

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