Frequently asked questions
Absolutely, anyone can use our comparison tool to compare van insurance deals. People with bad credit may well find that they need specialist insurance, as a credit check is carried out during the quotation process. Providing all details in full can help the process.
As with car insurance, if you don’t have the appropriate caravan insurance and you have an accident, you will be liable to pay for the damage and repair to both your caravan and the other vehicles involved. You wouldn’t drive a car without insurance, so don’t do it with your beloved home away from home.
Caravan insurance is not compulsory. However, the cost of an insurance premium is a small price to pay in comparison to the bills you could be facing if your caravan suffers a loss, accident and damage.
It isn’t the law to have caravan insurance, however, without it, you won’t be protected against theft or damage. If you’re travelling with your caravan, it may be part covered by motor insurance, but always check the policy for the exact details.
You should always compare caravan insurance to make sure you have the best policy for your needs. Policies will vary depending on whether your vehicle is static, used for holidays, or on a caravan park complex. Compare insurance for the best price.
If you are looking for caravan insurance, we can show you a range of policies for touring vehicles, as well as static caravans and caravan park cover. Always compare caravan insurance to ensure you are getting the best deal for your needs.
Caravans are not required by law to have an MOT, however, if you are planning on travelling with your caravan, you should ensure it meets safety standards and has an annual service to check the gas, water and electrical systems.
No. Caravans do not have to be taxed by law, however, if you wish to park your caravan on the road, it is always worth checking with the council or local police force to see if there are any restrictions around parking.