A wee tip Iíll give to everyone, use topcashback and head to Towergate insurance. They are very good insurers, policies arenít that expensive and you get £66 cash back for a new policy. I got my insurance for £44 once I took the cashback into account
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Message posted by Colin2129/6/2020 at 11:49am Outfit: 1992 Elddis Wisp 450CT + X Trail Location: East Herts
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If you belong to one of the clubs, then look at what they have to offer. Although I moved mine from a club offering to Caravan Guard. By quoting your membership of this forum group you can get a discount.
I am sure others will answer this posting with ore detailed advice, but you need to make sure you have good security for caravan and do a careful check on the value of accessories etc.
Message posted by tango5504/5/2022 at 11:36am Outfit: Coachman Amara 450 2 + Volvo V50 Location: Sutton Coldfield
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There are several caravan insurances to choose from if you do a Goggle search but I have always used either 'Caravan Guard' or 'Saga' mainly. However, you need read the company reviews whichever you choose especially where claims have been made but judging from previous posts on this forum, the one to avoid is 'E&L' (Equity & Livestock) caravan insurance as their claims procedure has been far from efficient.
Message posted by billy via mobile 04/5/2022 at 11:56am Outfit: Caravelair Alba 400 Location: North Essex
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I've just taken out cover with Ripe Caravans. They gave a quote which was far lower than anyone else's. What they will be like in the event of a claim, I have no idea and hope I don't have to find out. I got them on a caravan insurance comparison site.