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  1. DavidFL

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    If you're worried about getting your insurance for Laos at the border, then try this via email in advance

    SOMPHET SOULIGNONG
    AGL Luang Prabang
    Telephone: +856 71 252560.
    Mobile: +856 20 5570078
    Fax: + 856 71 252 560
    Email: [email [email protected]][email protected][/email]

    Email Somphet, provide him with
    1. The details of your bike
    2. Number of days required

    Then receive a quote to pay by money gram.
    Complete the payment.
    A insurance certificate will be issued.
    Collect the originals in Luang Prabang on the way through.

    QUOTE GUIDELINES
    7 days = 32,000 kip
    15 days = 53,000 kip
    21 days = 74,000 kip
    1 month = 99,000 kip
    2 months = 127,000 kip
    3 months = 156,000 kip
    4 months = 184,000 kip
    6 months = 240,000 kip
    9 months = 325,000 kip

    Current exchange rate approx 250 kip = 1 baht.

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  2. DavidFL

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    Ron
    Nope never had to use the insurance & hope I never do.
    The policy I understand is actually the 3rd party compulsory, but should you need to know more, email

    SOMPHET SOULIGNONG
    Email: [email [email protected]][email protected][/email]

    and test him out to get all the right info direct from the houses mouth.

    But the cost of the insurance is less than a bar fine in Chiang Mai, so it's not worth quibbling about. Get it!

    Read this
    https://www.gt-rider.com/thailand-motorc ... t1808.html
    to see what can go wrong.
     
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    David,
    A small bunch of us are planning a trip into Laos for the first time for a 12 day trip on the 22nd of this month, from what i understand insurance is available when you cross at Chiang Kong, is that correct or could you get something in Chiang Rai for example ?

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    You can buy the insurance in Huayxai at the place where you arrive with the ferry - if I am not mistaken, it is next to the customs/immigration. Look for the AGL sign.
     
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    Thanks a lot for the information. :happy2:
     
  7. DavidFL

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    The AGL Office mentioned is still operating
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    A 12 month renewal of the maximum 3rd party coverage for the Vstrom cost 443,791 kip = 1,900 baht.
    The email contact advise given earlier does not seem appropriate anymore.

    GPS Location: N19 53.120 E102 08.208
     

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