With many providers, there may be additional costs to look out for which is why we recommend you always read the fine-print when you compare static caravan insurance. If your caravan is destroyed in an accident or by fire, you may be liable to pay for debris removal or other costs outlined below.
Debris removal: If your unit needs to be replaced, then your current debris will need to be removed. Under current legislation, there are strict rules on how you should do this. Depending on the area you live, debris removal can cost up to £5,000. You should also check with your local council on the best practice for removing debris before taking action. This is to avoid any hidden fines.
Delivery charges: To cover the cost of transporting your new caravan to you, you may be liable for the cost of delivery.
Siting costs: You may also be liable for charges when siting your new unit onto your plot and connecting it to park facilities such as electricity.