Get the answers to FAQs on motorhome insurance policies, then compare quotes to find the right deal for you.
All vehicles that are used on the roads must be insured and it makes sense to protect your investment with motorhome insurance.
Read more in our beginners' guide to motorhome insurance.
This will depend on your provider and the policies they offer. Note that some will only cover professionally built motorhomes rather than DIY or self-built models. The eight main classes to consider are:
There are three main types of policy - third party only, third party, fire and theft and comprehensive.
Some insurance companies will offer discounts if you improve the security of your motorhome
Policies can vary widely between insurers, but consider features such as:
Typical exclusions on a motorhome insurance policy include:
Insurers may offer discounts on your premium provided you fulfil certain standards including:
Motorhomes contain an engine and can be driven, whereas caravans do not and have to be towed by another vehicle.
Check with your insurer if you plan on spending more than three weeks away at a time. For homes that are unoccupied for longer periods, there is specialist unoccupied property insurance.
See if you can find the answers in our motorhome insurance guides.
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