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Last day of freedom ?

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Post by IanH Thu Nov 05, 2020 8:54 pm

rgermain wrote:
IanH wrote:Took ours to Sea Palling today, walk on beach.....essential exercise and, for me, a vital " injection" of vitamin d.

Bought excellent veg at excellent farm shop on way home.

Had lunch in the van

Can't see anything wrong in that? Can others?
Same with us Ian, Hayling beach, second time this week. Was a lot less people there today compared with yesterday. Topped up our tans and like you vit d.

Everyone was keeping safe and well distanced.
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That's a relief!!! With this unseasonal superb wx forecast, we're doing the same tomorrow, at Blakeney! Need to think of a food shop en route now!!
Seriously though, in the van we have no need to be near anyone, certainly well outside 2m, we saw 2 other couples in about 5 miles of beach this morning, all walking dogs, miles apart from each other and us.  scratch head
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Post by AndyLouch Mon Nov 09, 2020 8:04 am

Have seen a number of 'headlines' on t'Internet this morning regarding motor insurance during lockdown:

...."Anybody caught make any non-essential journeys in England could land themselves with a £200 fine.
And according to the Mirror, making a non-essential car journey during lockdown could also prove to be a costly mistake, as your insurance could be invalid if you have an accident"... 


The advice is to contact your insurer if you make a 'non-essential' journey!
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Post by bikeralw Mon Nov 09, 2020 9:59 am

I would take that 'advice' with a huge pinch of salt.
Insurance is an agreement between underwriters and client based on the risk involved. I'd like to know in what way do these 'headlines' alter that risk?
Like lots of reports during this pandemic, it's just scaremongering.
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Post by AndyLouch Mon Nov 09, 2020 10:20 am

bikeralw wrote:I would take that 'advice' with a huge pinch of salt.
Insurance is an agreement between underwriters and client based on the risk involved. I'd like to know in what way do these 'headlines' alter that risk?
Like lots of reports during this pandemic, it's just scaremongering.
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Yes, I tend to agree. Not sure how enforceable this would be and whether it is 'legal' under the present legislation for Covid? Hope it's not tested in the courts however!
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