We have a passion for motorhomes and campervans at VM Insurance and our news section will cover the latest information and goings on in the industry.
September 28, 2017
The NCC (National Caravan Council) have reported big changes in the leisure vehicle market. As per the latest statistics, the sales of new motorhomes for 2017 (from the beginning of 2017 till the end of June) has increased by 14% compared to the same period last year. To be precise; 13,162 new motorhomes were registered…Read More
September 14, 2017
It is imperative for brokers to stay informed of changes effecting motorhome owners, Why? That’s quite simple, to create good brand image by either giving a head’s up or by answering your client’s queries promptly. A recent such change is the air quality certificate in France. As brokers, you could impress your customers by informing…Read More
August 3, 2017
At VM Insurance we always keep a close eye on UK Vehicle tax rate-changes (which usually gets updated in www.gov.uk) to ensure we know exactly what is happening with motorhomes. We have noticed the UK Government has begun rolling out new tax rates for certain vehicles – including some motorhomes. It is useful for brokers who…Read More
October 13, 2016
Recent surveys have shown the British love of motorhomes has grown enormously. With UK motorhome registrations increasing by 2016 we can certainly see how this industry is now reportedly worth £6 billion. With an estimated 1 million leisure vehicles owned we know the market is a significant opportunity for brokers and insurers. Leisure vehicle insurance has traditionally…Read More
August 11, 2016
Following November’s increase in Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) it now seems that price is the most important factor when people are choosing their insurance policy. Does this mean the end of the brand?
July 7, 2016
On June 24th 2016, 17.4 million people voted in favour of the UK leaving the European Union, marking an end to a 43 year relationship. The fact that 16.1 million people voted to stay in the EU illustrates just how close the vote really was; 51.9% against 48.1%. In the wake of Brexit is a…Read More