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PostSubject: Applying for Licence / Insurance for leisure riding /driving Dept 50   Wed Feb 24, 2010 3:48 am

For a licence FFE Tourisme ( insurance for hacking / leisure / randonnées / driving equines )

They need
Name , surname , date of birth , address
+ cheque

25 € for rider born 1994 and after
36 € for rider born 1993 and before (edited to update years )

to ;

Philippe Compere ,
CDTE Manche ,
Le Presbytère ,
50160 BRECTOUVILLE

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PostSubject: FFE License   Tue Jul 27, 2010 3:24 am

Is this what's referred to on some websites as required to take Reining lessons at some stables? Does it apply to everyone or just those from outside the US? Do all stables require it?
We don't have anything like it in America, although maybe we should since American love to sue over things..

Also can someone explain how the stable memberships work? I've seen several stables' websites mention an annual fee. There again I've never seen anything like that.
In the US you show up with helmet, boots, check or cash, sign a release in a stable's attempt to avoid future lawsuits, & have your lesson. Oh well, trying to slow down & get used to the complications of French life..
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PostSubject: license for riding   Tue Aug 17, 2010 3:59 pm

Who does the insurance cover? Emergency medical for me if I am hurt or Liability to protect the stable, instructor, manager, & farm owner if I am hurt & felt they were negligent?

Is this also typical of the UK?

Sorry so many questions but things like this are so different here. It's great if it covers me since I'm one of America's many uninsured people..good thing I'm fit & healthy..
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PostSubject: Re: Applying for Licence / Insurance for leisure riding /driving Dept 50   Thu Jan 19, 2012 3:43 pm

Here you go Salee, Cally put this on when I was enquiring about it way back!

cally50 wrote:
For a licence FFE Tourisme ( insurance for hacking / leisure / randonnées / driving equines )

They need
Name , surname , date of birth , address
+ cheque

25 € for rider born 1992 and after
36 € for rider born 1991 and before

to ;

Philippe Compere ,
CDTE Manche ,
Le Presbytère ,
50160 BRECTOUVILLE

Tel / answerphone : fax 02 33 56 76 84
email ; [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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PostSubject: Re: Applying for Licence / Insurance for leisure riding /driving Dept 50   Fri Jan 20, 2012 5:09 am

Please note that the Y.O.B dates have changed since the original post Shocked
It's now before 1993/after1994

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PostSubject: Re: Applying for Licence / Insurance for leisure riding /driving Dept 50   Sat Jan 21, 2012 2:43 am

Thanks for that Pen Smile

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PostSubject: Re: Applying for Licence / Insurance for leisure riding /driving Dept 50   Wed Mar 14, 2012 4:58 am

just to add,
i went to the local riding school & they can send off the licence for you if you fill in the form - which they will help with - & pay them the fee, she said that way you are licenced straight away as they know you have it en-course, which is the french version of 'cheques in the post' in general!
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PostSubject: Re: Applying for Licence / Insurance for leisure riding /driving Dept 50   Thu Mar 15, 2012 2:46 am

Thanks for that , could be useful for many to use that route

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