Leisuredays static caravan insurance rated five stars again!

Our static caravan and lodge insurance has received the maximum 5 star rating for the third year running from independent financial researcher Defaqto.

The 5-star rating shows that the holiday caravan policy provides one of the highest quality insurance offerings in the market, by giving static caravan, lodge and chalet owners comprehensive levels of cover, plus a range of features and benefits.

Defaqto rating Feb 2017 (LD)

Leisuredays’ static caravan and lodge insurance provides extensive cover for fire and theft, accidental damage, storm and flood damage. It also automatically includes up to £10,000, for debris removal and re-siting cover, as well as emergency repairs.

Customers also have the option to insure on a new for old basis, so they can be confident that their caravan or lodge will be replaced with a brand new, or similar new model, should it be completely damaged beyond repair.

Other features of the policy include; £500 locks and keys cover; £5 million public liability cover; £2,500 ground rent cover and an option to include cover for hiring out.

Gareth Walker, Head of Leisuredays Development, said he was proud their policy had received the 5-star rating for a third year.

Gareth Walker head of Leisuredays Development

“Our Defaqto 5 Star Rating means new and existing customers can be confident that they’re getting the highest levels of insurance cover when they buy a policy from Leisuredays,” added Gareth. “We’re committed to delivering a fantastic service to our customers and providing the best levels of insurance cover at a competitive price.”

Defaqto is an independent researcher of financial products, focused on providing intelligence to help customers make better decisions. More and more consumers are using Defaqto’s star ratings when buying different types of insurance.

For more information on our 5 Star rated insurance cover click here.

Benefits and discounts are subject to change and are subject to terms and conditions, cover level and underwriting criteria.

 

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