Do moon buggies count as Cars for insurance purposes?

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Re: Do moon buggies count as Cars for insurance purposes?

Postby PSD-Kiwi » Wed Mar 15, 2017 6:30 pm

What's a moon buggy? Is it the same as a beach buggy? ( I know, I could google it, but there may be others reading this who have never heard of a moon buggy apart from those used by NASA).
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Re: Do moon buggies count as Cars for insurance purposes?

Postby Hotdigr » Wed Mar 15, 2017 11:48 pm

SinnSisamouth wrote:
Wed Mar 15, 2017 9:08 am

since u got bitch slapped and fired from your job u really have shown your true colours
Oh... jeez, I bow to your superior knowledge. :oops:
Fukwit :ROFL:
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Re: Do moon buggies count as Cars for insurance purposes?

Postby Hotdigr » Thu Mar 16, 2017 12:00 am

Luigi wrote:
Wed Mar 15, 2017 11:42 am
I have insurance on my 4 wheel vehicles. Never asked anything concerning citations for anything from anywhere. The vehicle does not even need to be yours to insure. However mine are 100% legit. Yes a Cambodian DL is required. Have even made a claim. They paid but reluctantly.
I had the policy fully translated to English & signed & stamped by company rep.

CYOA
Mate, I can only go by Ozzie insurance. You are asked if you have ever had a citation in any state. Lie about it and try to claim.. you are fukd. Drive a vehicle on a beach that you need to have a permit to drive on ( lets say Double Island Point or Pottsville beach) and you don't have that permit, you are fukd. Try to get insurance from a reputable company over here as an expat and they WILL ask you about your previous record in your home country. Lie about it and you are FUKD come claim time.
FFS, I tried to give Snookieboi some advice and that fukn cocksucker Sinsamouth had a go at me out of the blue. Fuk him and I really couldn't give a fuk what any of you think. I was having a go at fukn insurance companies. What - you think they are a fukn benevolent society thats is there to make life easy for you? If you don't realise they are out to fuk you over - well thats not my problem
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Re: Do moon buggies count as Cars for insurance purposes?

Postby SinnSisamouth » Thu Mar 16, 2017 12:03 am

wooha!

some one has issues (probably the mummy type)
i am on these blocked lists;
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Re: Do moon buggies count as Cars for insurance purposes?

Postby Hotdigr » Thu Mar 16, 2017 12:11 am

Just to clarify that, they will ask you about ANY claims you have ever made, with any insurance company, any where in the world, ever. Lie about it and you are FUKD come claim time.
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Re: Do moon buggies count as Cars for insurance purposes?

Postby John Bingham » Thu Mar 16, 2017 1:56 am

PSD-Kiwi wrote:
Wed Mar 15, 2017 6:30 pm
What's a moon buggy? Is it the same as a beach buggy? ( I know, I could google it, but there may be others reading this who have never heard of a moon buggy apart from those used by NASA).
No idea either, but I'm not getting involved at this stage, it's gotten a bit heated in here.
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Re: Do moon buggies count as Cars for insurance purposes?

Postby SinnSisamouth » Thu Mar 16, 2017 8:41 am

lol

they are those things that are little bigger than quads but have a steering wheel and roll cage

totally impractical especially if it rains but I fun if u go through mud...until it breaks down

i is in kampot and theres a few here that are part of a company who go off country
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Re: Do moon buggies count as Cars for insurance purposes?

Postby LionsLeftTesticle » Thu Mar 16, 2017 11:51 am

Lol scooters are much more practical when it rains.

They're just big road legal go karts.
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Re: Do moon buggies count as Cars for insurance purposes?

Postby Luigi » Thu Mar 16, 2017 3:09 pm

Hotdigr wrote:
Thu Mar 16, 2017 12:11 am
Just to clarify that, they will ask you about ANY claims you have ever made, with any insurance company, any where in the world, ever. Lie about it and you are FUKD come claim time.
Perhaps I am confused., It happens to people of my age demographics.

I thought the question at hand was about insuring a vehicle here in Cambodia.
I inquired to three insurance companies & not one, zip, zed, zero gave a fuk about where I came from, my previous driving record or if I knew the Rules of the Road. (joke).
Only one question. Do you have a Cambodian DL. Have have.

Went with the cheapest company with same TPl & PL coverage for both vehicles.
Did have to make a claim & took some threatening & cajoling to get them to pay. They did.
Never once did my previous driving record come up.
Time for renewal in May & will prolly use them again.
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Re: Do moon buggies count as Cars for insurance purposes?

Postby SinnSisamouth » Thu Mar 16, 2017 3:34 pm

careful hotdigr will start fukn telling u you know fukn nothing. have u even had fukn insurance!!!!! etc

although his head has probably already imploded by know.
i am on these blocked lists;
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