I have finally taken the plunge and have ordered a mobility scooter. I was number one hundred and one on the waiting list so it will be a few weeks before I get it.
In the meantime have started investigating mobility scooter insurance and there seem to be very few firms offering this.
One of them, PremierCare by Marks Bates Ltd (MBL) offer a good deal, but have an exclusion which makes it unsuitable for me. If you keep your scooter in the boot of your car, and the car is not kept in a lock up garage, the exception applies. I noticed elsewhere on this forum that someone had a problem with this so I have been specifically checking.
Fish (insurance) don't seem to have a problem with this according to the chap I spoke to on the phone.
But, I wanted to ask in case anyone had some experience and could advise.
(Still no idea how to set up tags...)
UPDATE from Fish Insurance (this is after some of the posts)
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Your scooter would be covered if locked in your car. Your car does not have to be in a locked place of storage. We consider your car to be a locked place of storage.
Angela Moreton | Claims Team Leader