Protecting your caravan with high quality security products can not only deter potential thieves, it can also reduce your caravan insurance premium. Hitch and wheel locks are popular and effective ways of reducing the risk of caravan theft. There are also a range of reliable caravan door and window alarms available.
If the worst should happen and your caravan is stolen, a tracker and CRiS registration can significantly improve your chances of recovering it.
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Tracker urges owners to be extra vigilant and safeguard caravans as lockdown ends As the latest lockdown formally comes to an end, Tracker is urging caravan owners to take extra precautions to safeguard their vehicles as thieves make up for lost time. Tracker, confirms that not only did caravan and motorhome thefts rise year-on-year in […]
The popularity of staycations has skyrocketed this year due to the to the coronavirus pandemic and restrictions on international travel.
With the cost of an average caravan or motorhome in excess of £20,000 it makes sense to do everything possible to protect such a significant investment.
The Caravan Registration and Identification Scheme (CRiS) is the national register of touring caravans in the UK helping to both prevent and detect crime.
With the rise in theft of all things metal, keeping larger, outdoor items safe from being stolen is high on the agenda when it comes to touring caravan security.
As we take increasingly valuable yet portable items with us when we go on tour, thieves are ever more aware of the bounty they may find in our homes from home.
Often on the road for longer periods of time than tourers, security in your motorhome takes on even greater significance, as you are likely to have many more of your valuables with you.
A touring caravan insurance team take a look at the items you’re most likely to store within your awning and advise on the best ways to keep them safe.