Caravan Guard caravan insurance
- Up to 25% off no claims discount
- Backed by a leading UK insurer – RSA
- Range of cover includes static and touring caravan insurance
- Extended European cover - up to 240 days
If you own a caravan, you’ll want the right protection for your investment. ASDA claims that it can source some of the cheapest quotes around for caravan insurance.
Established in Yorkshire in the 1960s, the brand is best known for its supermarkets but, through its ASDA Money division, also offers a range of credit cards, personal loans and travel money, and insurance for caravans, cars, homes, pets and travel.
The specialist caravan insurance available through ASDA caters for touring and static caravans as well as trailer tent or folding campers.
ASDA Caravan Insurance is a trading style of ASDA Financial Services Ltd and ASDA Stores Ltd but all its caravan insurance policies are provided by Adrian Flux Insurance Services.
Some of the features and benefits to the ASDA caravan policy include:
Beyond the standard cover benefits above, any other benefits to your caravan insurance policy will vary depending on the insurer that is able to provide the cover through ASDA.
Check your policy details carefully to ensure you have the right cover for your needs.
ASDA offers the following extras that can be bolted onto a caravan policy:
ASDA has some general exclusions that apply to its caravan insurance:
Check your policy for further details to confirm your cover is valid.
Your insurance excess is the amount of money you have to pay towards a claim. Your insurer won’t pay out for a claim that costs less than this amount.
A voluntary excess is normally an amount set by you when taking out a policy. You’ll have the option of adding or increasing a voluntary excess, which could in turn reduce your premium.
Meanwhile, a compulsory excess amount might vary depending on the age and standard of your caravan or your driving experience.
You’ll find details about any compulsory or voluntary excesses in your policy document.
In order to make a claim, you will need to refer to your policy document. There, you will find the name of your insurance provider as well as the respective insurer’s contact details regarding all claims.
You’ll need to have your insurance policy details as well as all facts about any incident to hand.
It’s important that you let your insurer know about an incident as soon as possible, even if it’s not your fault. A delay in reporting an incident or failure to report it could result in a rejected claim later on.
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