Contents insurance refers to property within the caravan is essential with the number of devices available. While teardrop models are relatively small, sleeping as little as two, and therefore are unable to carry large amounts of possessions, the lack of security can single them out for special attention from a would-be thief. As such, an in-depth policy should be sought out. Beware of over insurance in this area, however, as it can lead to unnecessary expense.
Despite their manoeuvrability, not to mention compactness, the simple fact of the matter is that all caravans are prone to accidental damage. Touring caravans are essentially small houses that are towed at the back of another vehicle. On motorways and large roads, this is generally not an issue, but country roads and tight spaces are always likely to cause some issues, no matter how skilled a driver you are. What’s more, if you are in a space with many other caravans, as is often the case during holidays, the likelihood increases further. Having such a policy in place is therefore recommended.