Insuring My Caravan - Caravan Insurance Compared
Insuring My Caravan is not a caravan insurance provider or broker, this website
provides caravan owners with an effective way to compare quotes for caravan insurance.
We don't recommend or promote a particular caravan insurance company or product above
All of the caravan insurance companies listed or appearing
on this website are registered and regulated by the FCA (The Financial
Conduct Authority in the UK). Individual insurance quotes can be obtained
by clicking on the button for a selected provider. All quotes are FREE and there is
no obligation to purchase.
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Caravans are classifed into two categories for UK insurance
Touring Caravans - A road going caravan towed by a tow vehicle,
touring caravans or tourers for insurance purposes are at risk of fire and theft,
collissions with traffic and obstacles in a journey. Damage and accidents are
also caused by unbalanced, unsafe loading, snaking and cross winds.
Static Caravans - As the name suggests static
caravans are sited on a semi permanent basis, connected to services (electric, water
& sewage) and are unlikely to be moved. Associated insurance risks are from fire,
theft, storm damage & flooding.
How often you use your caravan is irrelevant to a
requirement for having caravan insurance to protect your investment and to ensure
you are adequtely covered in the event of an accident and/or damage from any of the
factors listed above. The internet is a great place to begin searching for
caravan insurance quotes and we hope to help make the task a little easier for you.
It pays to get at least 3 different quotes in order to compare caravan insurance. We
would always recommend comparing a few other quotes before you renew a caravan insurance
policy with your existing insurer.
There are a number things you can do as a caravan owner to cut the
cost of your caravan insurance premium and make real savings, we have listed the main
Best Ways to Save Money on Touring Caravan Insurance
- Buying and fitting an insurance approved wheel clamp.
- Buying and fitting an insurance approved hitch lock.
- Fitting a caravan tracker or alarm system or both.
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