Updated Green Card requirements for UK motorists

On 30th June 2021, the European Commission confirmed that the UK will be readmitted into the Free Circulation Zone. This announcement means that from 2nd August 2021, Green Cards are not required to be carried when driving through the EU and EEA states as proof of a valid motor insurance policy.

However, if you are towing a caravan or trailer a Green Card will be required for the car and for the caravan.

READ MORE…

Holiday Memories & Traditions

Some 39 per cent of Brits said staying in a caravan was their fondest childhood holiday memory when they were asked for a new survey.
READ MORE…

Is Your Caravan Secure

Top of the range caravans and motorhomes are now being targeted by thieves almost as much as high-end luxury cars. The trend has been driven by the overwhelming demand for leisure vehicles and the relative ease with which they can be stolen. Caravanners are therefore being warned to adopt extra security measures to ensure that they do not become the victims and have their holiday plans ruined.
READ MORE…

New for Old insurance – Get It Right

For many people owning a caravan is a passport to a restful escape from the pressures of everyday life, connecting with nature and fresh air. So they are keen to protect this asset by getting it insured properly. Caravans are luxury items; purchasing a new one can easily set you back at least £50,000. For a majority of people the only way to get proper protection is in New for Old insurance.
READ MORE…

In preparation for taking your tourer out of hibernation, we’ve put together an important 8-step checklist to ensure your caravan is in tip-top condition and safe to start touring again.
READ MORE…

There are many things to consider when purchasing a caravan or motorhome, or even just driving one for the first time, and weight is something that is often overlooked. There are some issues to consider about weight and everyone needs to be careful about this, especially those that maybe new to the market.
READ MORE…

With the news that a holiday caravan in Dorset is on the market for a whopping £700,000, we can’t help but wonder how long it’ll be before we see one with a £1 million price tag.
READ MORE…