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Topic # 25075 11-Aug-2008 14:18
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Hello everyone!

I'm travelling around the country in a few months' time, and I'd like to treat myself to a posh new laptop, but I'm such a klutz that I'm terrified I'd damage it... I ended up driving over the last one, and it wasn't insured! Embarassed

Does anyone know of any company that provides theft and accidental damage cover for laptops? I'm looking for coverage specifically for the laptop rather than general Contents cover.

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Mr Tomato

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  Reply # 155968 11-Aug-2008 17:52
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Don't quote me but I do remember reading on Dell's website that they offer insurance, even for accidental damage or theft.

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  Reply # 157336 16-Aug-2008 00:22
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Perhaps Flexirents Flexiown protect could be an option

http://flexirent.co.nz/personal/flexiown/protect.aspx

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