A Temporary Motorhome insurance policy is perfect for those looking cover for a short period of time. This makes it possible for the motorhome to be legally on UK roads for the period of time you plan to be in and using the vehicle.
Motorhome insurance is financial protection for your home on wheels so you can use it. This type of cover is best suited for those owners that only use the motorhome for short periods and only once or twice a year.
This is for a person or group of people that plan on using an RV or a campervan for a short period of time. The average time length of this temporary policy is from 1 hour to 30 days. Some insurance firms have a time period of coverage from 1 day to 28 days.
This short term insurance policy is also preferred by the owner that only uses their mobile home for a very short time each year like a single holiday outing once a year. It can also used to transport a new campervan to your property and allows time to set up a long term insurance policy without rushing it.
No, you can own the vehicle, but it is not a requirement to take out an insurance policy. What is required is that the person taking out the policy has permission to use the vehicle. This can be a rental unit or a vehicle being borrowed from a family member or friend.
The standard temporary motorhome insurance policy has comprehensive coverage. This is full coverage against any possible problem or accident so the vehicle is protected and will be repaired if necessary.
Some insurance firms do offer Third Party Fire and Theft policies, but this is not standard and must be requested.
This type of policy covers the motorhome when it is being operated in the road by the named driver in the policy. It also protects the vehicle when it is stationary or parked.
An annual policy the costs averages between £700 to £3000 depending on the size and class of the motorhome. The cost of the temporary motorhome insurance policy is dependent on the time period to be covered. It can be as low as £50 and as high as £500 for most clients. The standard excess, depending on the type of motorhome being covered is from £250 to £350.
The named driver must be a UK resident and between the ages of 22 and 75. Some insurance firms do allow for licensed drivers as young at 19 to take out a policy, but the premiums are higher than what an older driver would pay.
The policy is only for leisure and social purposes. It cannot be used for business purposes.
Payment of the policy in full must be made before the insurance certificate is issued.
The motorhome has a value of £75,000 or less.
To operate a motororised campervan home on the roads in the UK and EU, vehicle insurance is required by law. By taking out short term cover, the vehicle will be legal to operate on the road for only the time period set by the operator saving them money by not covering days or even months where an insurance policy is not necessary.