With Asda you can compare insurance quotes for your caravan in minutes.
All you need to do is complete a simple online form answering questions about you and your caravan before we do the hardwork and find the cheapest quotes we can from the insurers we work with.
That means you don’t need to shop around because we do it for you.
To compare caravan insurance quotes you’ll need to answer some basic questions about you and your caravan.
You’ll be asked for some basic facts about you and your caravan, including your date of birth, where your caravan is kept and its value.
Once you’ve worked your way through these questions, you’ll see the quotes we’ve found and then all you need to decide is which policy and price is right for you.
Caravan insurance is not a legal requirement in the UK, whether you’re towing yours or it’s a static but it can give you peace of mind if the worst comes to the worst and you need to make a claim.
There are three basic types of caravan insurance. They are:
So the type of caravan insurance you need really depends on the type of caravan you own – it’s fairly straightforward.
Where caravan insurance gets a little more complicated is in terms of what your insurance policy is based on.
You can insure your caravan on a new for old or market value basis. Both are slightly different, so it’s important to understand what you’ll get in the event of making a claim.
New for old cover
New for old caravan insurance means in the event of a claim where your caravan is damaged beyond repair or stolen, you will receive a payout for the cost of your caravan when it was new.
Usually, new for old policies are more expensive than market value cover because the cost to insurers to replace your caravan is likely to be higher.
Market value cover
Market value cover means that in the event of a payout from an insurer you will receive the current value of your caravan, rather than its cost at new.
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