Optional Motorhome Breakdown Cover

Underwritten by Trinity Lane Insurance Company Limited, our great value Motorhome Breakdown Cover starts at just £41 when purchased as an optional add-on to our motorhome insurance. This competitively priced policy is designed to meet the breakdown rescue needs of the vast majority of today’s motor caravanners.

“UK Only” Motorhome Breakdown Cover For Just £41 Per Year:

  • Roadside assistance.
  • 24-hour telephone helpline.
  • Vehicle recovery to any place of your choosing.
  • Home Service.
  • Caravan and Trailer Service.
  • Accommodation costs up to £30 per day per person. Up to a family of 4/6 per person. Maximum of 5 days.
  • Hiring of a replacement vehicle up to £70 per day and £800 in total.

“UK & European” Motorhome Breakdown Cover For Just £82 Per Year:

  • Roadside assistance.
  • 24-hour telephone helpline.
  • Recovery to the nearest garage or railway.
  • Freight costs for parts covered.
  • Hiring a replacement vehicle up to £70 per day and £800 in total.
  • Replacement driver if sole driver falls ill.
  • Rail fares covered.
  • Accommodation costs up to £30 per day per person. Maximum of 5 days.
  • Recovery of vehicle home if it is not possible for repair before planned journey home.
  • Cover for 90 days per year.
  • 45 days single trip.

Please note: No cover if vehicle is not on a public highway or home address. No cover for vehicles over 3000cc or over 20 years of age.

Things To Consider When Buying Motorhome Breakdown Cover:

  • Do you require motorhome breakdown cover for the “UK and continental Europe” or simply “UK only”?
  • What is the maximum single trip duration and cumulative total for trips during period of insurance?

If you do plan to take your motorhome abroad, say to Eastern Europe (e.g. Bulgaria or Poland), look at the specified “geographical limits” within the breakdown rescue policy to see it satisfies your trip requirements.

Finally, make sure to check that your motorhome’s age, engine size, weight and dimensions meets the breakdown rescue scheme’s “eligible vehicle” criteria.

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