How would you describe the condition of your caravan? How do others see it? Those quirky little additions, or minor repairs to items that were “going to be fixed properly” one day could mark your ‘van down in price when it comes to trade-in time. Follow our handy tips and advice and not only will you optimise your enjoyment of your caravan, you’ll also feel the benefit of a better price when it comes to selling it on.
Could you afford to pay costly solicitor fees if you were involved in a legal dispute? In this latest guide, we explain how legal expenses insurance works, and how adding it to your touring caravan policy could save you thousands.
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When taking out caravan or motorhome insurance, you’ll usually be given a choice between ‘new for old’ and ‘market value’ cover. In this latest guide, we’ll explain the key differences between the two and the role they play in total loss claims.
Pressure monitoring systems make it easier to ensure your caravan’s tyres are performing as they should be. We’ve taken a closer look at the popular TyrePal system, which is now fitted as standard to each model in the Bailey Unicorn III range.
If you’ve ever wondered which part of a caravan is statistically more prone to damage, our latest claims findings may surprise you. Here, we reveal the weakest points of a caravan and the most common repairs carried out following an insurance claim.