a simple guide to getting it right when buying insurance

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Motor Homes and Caravanettes are a bit different to cars; their insurance can be too!

Motor Home / Caravanette Insurance shares similarities to Classic Car Insurance, but some insurers treat it the same as Private Car Insurance, so you need to make sure you check which route your chosen insurer follows.

Some Motor Home insurers state the following:

Not quite as restrictive as a Classic Car policies, but still a lot to think about; as usual, check the insurers policy terms and conditions.

If you are unsure of anything in regards to Motor Home Insurance or need something specific to your vehicle, check with the respective broker, before you buy the policy.

Motorhomes. Credit By Jerimiah Borkowski (Own work) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AMotorhome-RV-Class-C-Sprinter-Ford-Chassis.jpg