Self-Build Campervan Conversion Insurance
Embarking on a self-build campervan conversion project is an exciting journey. The first step in this process is choosing the right base van for your needs. When selecting your van, consider factors such as size, fuel efficiency, reliability, and ease of obtaining parts for repairs or modifications. Take the time to research different models and weigh the pros and cons of each to find the perfect foundation for your dream campervan. The forums are filled with advice on which vans to avoid, which are rot boxes and which have specific engineering weaknesses.Self-Build Campervan Conversion Insurance >> read more
Best Campervan Insurance UK
Finding the best campervan insurance for you depends on your specific needs and circumstances. If you have a mainstream campervan and a typical usage pattern, it’s relatively easy to find suitable insurance. However, if you have unique requirements or an unusual campervan, you may need to do a bit more research.Best Campervan Insurance UK >> read more
Caravan Towing Law
Buying your first touring caravan is an exciting milestone, but it’s essential to understand the towing rules and regulations in England, Scotland, and Wales. In this article, we will discuss the changes that took place on 16 December 2021, which should not affect your caravan insurance needs. We’ll also provide some tips for driving a car and trailer for the first time.Caravan Towing Law >> read more
Embarking on an adventure, whether it’s for business or pleasure, can be an exhilarating experience. However, unforeseen events may occur, from medical emergencies to lost luggage. Travel insurance offers a safety net, protecting you from financial setbacks caused by such incidents. It’s vital to ensure you’re adequately covered, giving you peace of mind and allowing you to focus on creating cherished memories.Travel Insurance >> read more
Cheap Home Insurance
As a homeowner, protecting your property and possessions with home buildings and contents insurance is really well advised and some would say, essential. In fact your mortgage provider will insist that you have buildings cover of a suitable standard. You will want to safeguard your valuables and property as a homeowner. Home insurance offers peace of mind and financial protection in the event of unexpected events like burglary, fire, or damage from storms, flood and subsidence.Cheap Home Insurance >> read more
The FSCS: A Guardian for UK Customers
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS) is a vital lifeline for UK consumers, providing protection and compensation or customers of financial services firms, including insurance companies and brokers, that fail to meet their obligations.The FSCS: A Guardian for UK Customers >> read more
The Financial Ombudsman Service
Did you know that the Financial Ombudsman Service can help you resolve disputes with insurance providers? We’ll explore how this valuable service can help individual insurance customers like you. So let’s dive in and learn how the Financial Ombudsman Service can be your go-to resource when all else fails in settling an insurance complaint.The Financial Ombudsman Service >> read more
Lloyd's of London
Lloyd’s of London, a truly iconic institution that has a rich history dating back to the 17th century. It all started in a coffee house and now Lloyd’s has evolved into the largest insurance market globally, providing bespoke insurance solutions for all sorts of insurance clients, large and small. In this journey, we’ll explore the past, present, and future of Lloyd’s, delving into its unique ecosystem of syndicates, brokers, and cover holders with delegated authority.Lloyd's of London >> read more
Insurance Data Services
The insurance industry relies on a robust system of data services to ensure efficient, accurate, and transparent operations. In this article, we explore six crucial organisations that serve as the backbone of insurance data services in the UK. We will delve into the roles of the Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB), Motor Insurance Database (MID), CUE (Claims and Underwriting Exchange), MIAFTR (Motor Insurance Anti-Fraud & Theft Register) and the Claims Portal, the Employers’ Liability Tracing Office (ELTO), and the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB).Insurance Data Services >> read more
Insurance fraud is a pressing concern for the UK insurance industry, driving up premiums for honest policyholders and straining insurers’ resources. Among the various types of insurance fraud, ghost broking and crash-for-cash schemes are particularly insidious. In this article, we will delve into the world of insurance fraudInsurance Fraud >> read more
The Financial Conduct Authority
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is responsible for regulating 50,000 financial services firms, including banks, consumer credit and general insurance firms, in the UK. It’s remit is to work to ensure that financial markets are honest, competitive, and fair to customers. They supervise, set standards for, and prudentially regulate firms to make sure they meet requirements and continue to follow rulesThe Financial Conduct Authority >> read more
These articles are provided as an informational pieces. They do not provide what should be taken as insurance advice. Caravanwise Limited is not authorised to give insurance advice but our experience and expertise means that we know how to go about finding good cover. We have applied what we hope our caravan insurance and motorhome insurance clients have done when choosing us to other types of insurance. Ultimately the choice is yours.
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