A Guide to Caravan Insurance

A Guide to Caravan Insurance A Guide to Caravan Insurance

A Guide to Caravan Insurance

As holidays abroad become more and more expensive many people are turning to caravanning. And as the activity becomes more and more popular, there are an increasing number of people looking to buy or rent a caravan. But there still isn’t that much information out there for people looking to insure their caravan, in fact it can be difficult to know where to go for cover.

With hundreds of companies offering comparison for caravan insurance the options are bewildering. But there are a few key things that you need to consider before taking out insurance for your mobile holiday home:

As many people also take personal belongings with them whilst on holiday, you should check with your insurance company to see if personal belongings are automatically included within your policy, or if you need to add them separately.

Like any other vehicle on the road you will need to take out insurance for your caravan, this will cover you for any eventuality. But make sure you understand what happens if you do have an accident, as some policies will only cover third party damage. Caravan insurance usually provides: a new for old replacement, European cover, third party and public liability cover and personal possession protection. But you should check the small print, some of these provisions may not be provided by certain insurers.

Caravanning is a great way to spend a week or two, so once you have insured your caravan you can take to the road, and head off into the sunset. For more information have a look at this guide.

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