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Just booking travel insurance to the US and noticed that the policy I have booked with insurewithease.com actually has amongst the hazardous activities add-on section the option of flying in a private or small aircraft. Having cast caution to the wind in 2005 with flights in both a B17 and B24 at Thunder over Michigan (ToM), the one thing that has stopped me from considering further such adventures (other than the perennial lack of cash!) has been the 'risk' of so doing if you were to be injured and not killed outright, in terms of the cost of medical treatment and repatriation etc. Having looked hard to no avail for such cover for ToM in 2010, brother Clive went off flying in a formation of B17's and I didn't..... therefore this to me was a find worthwhile sharing. Now what's left on my bucket list...........
Hi, This summer I wanted to raise a bit of money for Help for Heroes. My plan was to bring my DUKW to a show I've been invited to and give kids rides in the back around the field. This unfortunately raises insurance proplems my brokers told me). 1). If a kid trips on the bangs their head ( if I'm showing the vehicle while it's static) my road insurance won't cover me (they said). 2). I can carry kids for free as the field temporarily comes under the Highways act (they said) for the duration of the show BUT if I charge people it is for 'Hire & reward' and the personal, social & domestic insurnce won't cover it. (I daren't even think about driving licence classes). I've rang around insurance companies and nobody would touch it. Does anyone have any ideas who would cover the vehicle? Thanks Don