Breakdown cover for motorhomes and campervans is offered for those who are looking for single trip cover or annual cover for multiple trips by most of our providers. Travelling in a motorhome or a campervan is an popular and cost effective way of taking a much needed family holiday or visiting new places. We've outlined some of the main policy benefits our our motorhome breakdown cover below:
Unlimited Vehicle Height & Weight
Our policy offers cover for motorhomes of ANY height or weight as long as they are 12.9m (39ft) in length or less. This gives our customers a huge amount of flexibility and comfort in knowing that almost all types of motorhome can be covered under our breakdown insurance.
Roadside Recovery is offered if the vehicle cannot be repaired at the roadside. The recovery agent will normally have the vehicle towed to a local garage for further repairs. If repairs are going to take some time, there is usually provision in European Breakdown Cover for onwards travel or overnight accommodation (if you cannot stay in your vehicle), and a hire car may be available - but note that this will usually be a car and not a motorhome or campervan, depending on local availability.
Should you breakdown in your motorhome, our policy will provide you with onward travel options to help you get to your destination. So if you're on holiday, even though you've had a setback, we can help make sure you can get to where you're going.
If your motorhome is in a garage for repairs and they're taking longer than a day, you can can receive up to £500 in reimbursements for alternate accommodation that you may need whilst the repairs are carried out, giving you one less thing to worry about during what is often a stressful time. Our breakdown policy also offers cover for punctures, flat batteries and misfueling (UK only) which are some of the most common causes of breakdowns nationally.
Repatriation (European cover only)
Repatriation plays an important role in European breakdown cover. If your motorhome is not able to be repaired then your provider may be able to arrange for you, your passengers and your motorhome to be transported back to the UK. Depending on the distance, they may instead pay the cost of public transport back out to your motorhome once repairs are complete; so that you may drive the vehicle back home to the UK yourself.