Caravan Guard caravan insurance
- Up to 25% off no claims discount
- Rated 5-star for cover by research firm Defaqto
- Range of cover includes static and touring caravan insurance
- Extended European cover - up to 240 days
Whatever type of caravan you own, you’ll want to ensure it’s properly protected. Frank Pickles says it helps owners find the right protection to meet their needs, with its caravan policies designed for personal and family holiday use only.
What’s more, the broker claims thats its unique additional breakdown policy for cars and touring caravans covers both mechanical faults and punctures to get owners back on the road sooner. Here’s what else we think you should know.
Frank Pickles is a specialist insurance broker that was established in 1960.
With more than 50 years of experience, the broker sources insurance for touring and static caravans, park homes and emergencies at home.
As an online insurance broker, a caravan insurance quote can be obtained online and any subsequent policy document will only be available online.
Optional extras for touring caravan insurance
Optional extras for static caravan insurance
Frank Pickles has some general exclusions that apply:
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.
With Frank Pickles’ caravan insurance, there is a compulsory excess of £100, which can be increased in order to reduce the premium.
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 for the contact details of your insurer’s claims handlers.
It’s worth having your insurance policy details as well as all facts about any incident to hand before making the call.
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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