What changed? If you passed your car driving test from 1 January 1997, you’re now allowed to tow trailers up to 3,500kg maximum authorised mass (MAM). DVLA will update your driving licence record to show…Read More
Although it’s not compulsory by law, the insurance needs of a holiday home are very different to a bricks and mortar property, so taking out specialist static caravan insurance ensures that you’re covered for the specific requirements of this type of property. You may find that the conditions in your park agreement require proof of insurance to protect the park against the cost of removing the debris of a destroyed unit or to ensure some protection for holidaymakers against damage caused by you.
Unlike touring caravans and motorhomes which are used for short trips, a holiday home is occupied all year round, so finding the right insurance policy is crucial. Just like home insurance, static caravan provides peace of mind and financial security in the event of theft, loss or damage to your property and its contents.