While newer models are constructed to reduce the risk of fire, the fact remains that caravans are especially prone to damage from fire. It goes without saying that such events can be catastrophic when they occur, so having a policy in place is not only wise, but essential. Be sure to follow safety instructions for all fuels kept on site as not only can this be a risk to life, it can lead to a cancellation of your policy if you are found to be negligent, at the very time you need it.
Caravans can be placed in just about any stable and flat area, but it is by the coast and in the countryside that they are most frequently found. These beauty spots might make for particularly pleasant surroundings, but they are also more like to suffer from flooding. Not only this, but it does not take as much for a caravan to be all but ruined when compared to a bricks and mortar property and static models can hardly be moved when a storm is forecast. For this reason, having a flood risk policy in place is highly recommended.