Do I need to inform my insurer if I carry medicinal oxygen in my vehicle please?

Do I need to inform my insurer if I carry medicinal oxygen in my vehicle please?

Asked on 24 September 2019 by Roger Hart

Answered by Tim Kelly
Not as far as I am aware, as it is not a hazardous gas. Though it should, of course, be properly and appropriately secured while in transit.
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