It’s a major investment and an important asset to protect against loss or damage. So, before you hitch up and drive off into the horizon, it’s critical that you’ve done your research and chosen the best insurance cover to suit your needs.
There are lots of companies out there these days offering insurance to camper trailer owners, but with factors like where you keep your camper or what adventures you plan to take it on and what you will or won’t be covered for, it’s easy to get confused.
That’s why it’s important to spend the time researching and reviewing which Insurers offer not only the best cover to meet your needs but will work to get you safely back on the road as fast as they can, with no hassle and as little inconvenience as possible.
Choosing an Insurer that offers the right product for your Camper Trailer and provides protection for however you use it, will provide you with peace of mind before you set out on your next adventure.
Choose from third party cover for damage to someone else’s property or treat your home away from home to a comprehensive package covering both your camper trailer and its contents.
Why We Recommend Insurance
- The right Insurer should provide cover for your camper trailer anywhere in Australia against:
- Storm, hail and flood
- Accidental and malicious damage
- Fire and explosion
- Electrical motor burnout
You should also consider looking for the following inclusions when choosing your Insurer and cover:
- A new replacement camper trailer if it is a total loss.
- Automatic contents cover for your specified value.
- Authorised emergency repairs if your camper trailer cannot be towed after an accident.
- Alternative accommodation expenses if your camper trailer is not fit to live in following an accident or a loss.
- Reasonable costs to collect and deliver your camper trailer back to you following accident repairs, if the repairer is far from your home.
- Removal and storage of your camper trailer after an accident if it cannot be towed.
- Camper Trailer legal liability and Personal liability.
When making decisions about insurance policies you should consider the applicable Product Disclosure Statement.