Things you need to know when insuring your motorhome

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  1. Tom Fradley says:

    Excellent article one or two points to sharpen when next Insurance is due

  2. Robert Wilson says:

    sir
    your ‘motorhome to europe’ link doesn’t work?
    can you advise insurers who will cover a motorhome stored in europe at a secure indoor location for part of the summer period?

    regards

    • Hi Robert, sorry about that. The link is now working.
      If you are insured with Caravan Guard, and have selected the European cover option, you are permitted to leave your motorhome unattended for up to 72 hours at a recognised caravan park, or if you are staying at a holiday property the motorhome can be kept at the same address if it’s in a locked compound or behind locked gates on a driveway and you are staying there (for up to a week).
      If you are wanting longer term cover then it’s probably best to insure with an insurer based in the country where you plan to store your motorhome.

  3. Paul Mannion says:

    Good information to know


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