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Have you thought about taking out motorhome | campervan hire excess insurance?

Insure the excess on your motorhome hire with a daily insurance policy

The excess liability motorhome insurance if bought directly from a motorhome hire company is often very expensive. This is ideal for renting a motorhome for a holiday abroad or in the UK.

When you rent a motorhome / campervan are you aware that the Excess can cost more than the vehicle? Motorhome hire excess insurance is a great way to save money and have peace of mind when you rent a motorhome / campervan.

Do you know that it could cost you a lot of money for any damage to your motorhome rental vehicle? EVEN IF IT’S NOT YOUR FAULT!

For a low daily premium a motorhome hire excess insurance company can provide excess insurance protecting the customer against excess charges whenever he / she rents a motorhome.

When you rent a motorhome, you will find that your motorhome rental agreement normally includes cover for Collision Damage Waiver – CDW (damage to the rental vehicle) and Theft. There is almost always an excess on the Collision Damage Waiver and Theft.

You are however still liable for the Excess on CDW and Theft.

When a motorhome / camper van is damaged or stolen, the driver is asked to pay the first portion of the repair or replacement costs. This is known as the Excess.

Motorhome hire excess insurance policies can be purchased by people resident anywhere in the world (however you should check with individual insurance providers for their terms and condition s)

Click on a logo below for more information from providers below advertising motorhome hire excess insurance on this site

Excess is also known as, non-waiver, the deductible or super CDW . Excess is a voluntary insurance and is sold by car rental companies at the counter when the customer collects the car (or when the booking is made). It is usually charged on a Daily basis and applies to Car hire . Van hireand Motorhome hire

The customer has the right to accept or decline the car rental company’s Excess. If they do decline, they will be responsible for the excess charges if they have any damage to the vehicle. In some cases the car hire company will not let the hirer take delivery of the car unless they take out the excess.

The cost of the Excess will vary according to:

  • The rental company
  • Size of the rental vehicle
  • The country in which the car is picked-up

You can take out a daily policy, annual policy, a family policy and customers up to the age of 84 can be covered.

When you buy your car hire insurance from a specialist you will save �’s – �’s – $’s compared to the cost of buying the cover when you pick up your motorhome or book the motorhome hire from a mototorhome rental company.

Remove your motorhome hire excess now

Motor home excess Insurance Providers below

Questor insurance services Car Hire Excess – Motorhome – Minibus Hire Excess – Car club Van Hire Excess Insurance

They also offer

Car hire excess insurance

Van hire excess insurance

Minibus hire excess insurance

Car Club hire excess insurance

Motorcycle hire excess insurance

Please note that none of the insurance companies currently advertising on this site appear to offer motorcycle hire excess insurance either in the UK or overseas. If you are looking for Motorcyle or Scooter insurance find out more Here

If you are in the Self Drive Motorhome Hire business and are looking for insurance for your hire vehicle fleet – find out more about INSURE CARHIRE .co.uk HERE – Also Van Hire and Car Hire

Looking for Motorhome / Campervan/ Caravan insurance for your own personal vehicle?

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Tips for motorhome users

Know the height of your vehicle. There low bridges, car park entrances that a 4X4 would fit under, but the extra height on the motorhome means these ar no go areas.You will find yourself looking for large open carparks that will allow you to enter and exit easily.

Secure all your belongings in the vehicle. You don’t want some of your belongings joining you at the front of the vehicle whilst you are speeding along the motorway.

Don’t take too much with you. The more you carry in the way of food, drink and belongings (including large containers of dog food if you are taking your dog) the heavier the fuel consumption of the vehicle.

Do not to belt along -50/65 mph (80/105 km/h) appears to be both economic on the fuel and easier for emergency braking (remember there is 3.0/3.5 tonnes to stop!).

Keep the external dimensions of your vehicle to hand (such as behind the sun visor). Remember the extra length of the vehicle when turning.

One advantage of driving a motorhome is that you have very good visibility over most other traffic.

Reversing – Many motoromes have a camera to assist reversing, some drivers find that even with a camera to assist it is still tricky but the more you do it the more experienced you should become.

If you go and put your bike/s in a cover on the back of the motorhome, you might find that view from the camera is blocked.

Wedges – when you park on a slope, make sure that wedges are put behind the vehicle’s rear wheels. If there are none provided, use some brick or large stones.

If you have any tips, please contact us with them Here

Apollo Motorhome Holidays has joined forces with Hertz – February 2011

Questor for motorhome hire insurance – February 2011

Camper Van Hire Camper Van Hire Classics – September 2010

insurance4carrental.com website is marketing motorhome excess insurance – July 10

Media / Press Releases HERE

Motorhome hire excess insurance policies can be purchased by people resident anywhere in the world?

So if you live in the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, USA, South Africa, Cyprus,Sweden, The Netherlands, Spain, Japan, New Zealand or Canada and other countries, you should be able to buy car hire insurance from one the insurance companies advertising on this site.

You should of course check with individual insurance providers for their terms and conditions. Find out more Here

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