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Caravan Insurance, worth the expense?

Caravan Insurance

First of all, insurance for caravans is not mandatory. The basic law stipulates any self-propelled vehicle must be insured meaning motorhomes are bound by the regulations but caravan owners are left with a decision to make

How to deal with surface damp

Mould

Following on from our previous feature on water ingress, we now turn our focus to the less serious yet ever-present, slightly vexing conundrum of surface damp

How to deal with damp

Damp is the presence of unwanted moisture in the structure of a building, which is either the result of intrusion from outside or condensation from within

FEATURE: Five top tips for avoiding a caravan fire

Above all else common sense will keep you safe

As caravan fires are nine times more deadly than house fires, we think it's time for us to do the responsible thing and bring you our top five tips for keeping your caravan fire-free

Top tips on changing your gas supply for winter caravanning

Getting the right choice of gas for the winter months is an important decision

Caravan gas cylinders can run off two different types of fuel - propane and butane, which both have pros and cons. With this in mind, Towergate Insurance has recently published a quick guide to choosing the right type of gas

Top tips on checking the running gear on a used caravan

The hitch is just one aspect of a caravan's running gear

The insurance experts at Towergate have published a new guide, which might help you spot the difference between a bargain and a dud

VIDEO: What's the safest way to tow a caravan?

Rob Walton from Simple Caravan Insurance (left) offers some helpful tips on how to tow a caravan

With around 1,400 injuries per year being caused by towing accidents, it's crucial to know your stuff before hitching up. In this video, Chris Jefferies gets some invaluable advice

VIDEO: The most important things when taking a caravan holiday overseas

Kat Woodhead from Simple Caravan Insurance gives tips on taking overseas caravan holidays

Overseas caravanning can be an exciting way to make the most out of your caravan, but there are many rules and regulations to check before you head off

What can I tow? Legal caravan towing limits explained

Knowing the legal regulations on towing caravans is important

The driving licence requirements of towing a caravan can be very confusing, but luckily a major insurance provider has stepped in to explain all

Pack carefully before a European caravan holiday, insurer warns

Have you packed everything but the kitchen sink?

With new road rules coming into force this summer, a leading caravan insurance provider has been looking at the essential items that every caravanner should make sure to pack

Top Caravan News

Bailey unveil their brand new 2018 Unicorn range

We ask Lee Davey what new features the Unicorn Series 4 range has

The launch of the 2018 Bailey Unicorn range is all the rage this week, and we caught up with CaravanTimes favourite, Lee Davey, to get his thoughts on the new models.

Swift recognises dealer network at awards night

The awards night was introduced following the launch of the Swift Approved Dealer Programme last year

The achievements of individuals and dealerships were celebrated at Swift Group's inaugural Awards evening this week that culminated with the prized 'Dealership of the Year' awards.

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PLANS VETOED: Essex caravan park plans vetoed again

Possible site location at Port Flair

Plans for a 70 pitch caravan park in Essex have been rejected by the local council for a second time.

Caravan site gutted in huge fire causing £1m in damage

Burnt out caravans at the site. Pics from Devon & Somerset Fire Service

An enormous fire has ripped through 160 caravans causing £1 million in damage at a site in Somerset