Consider less expensive caravans. The more your caravan is worth, the higher you can expect your insurance costs to be. Its value is largely determined by the make, model, size and age. If you're looking to buy and want to keep costs down, it could be worth looking at cheaper caravans.
Keep your caravan secure. Keeping your caravan in a secure location can help keep your insurance costs down.
Upgrade your security features. Showing your insurer you're serious about keeping your caravan safe is a great way to lower costs. Things like alarms, cameras and wheel clamps can help.
Build your no-claims bonus. The more years of no-claims you have, the cheaper your costs could be.
Consider a caravan club membership. Groups like the Caravan and Motorhome Club or the Camping and Caravan Club have deals with certain insurers. This could give you a discount on your policy.
Increase your excess. Choosing a higher excess could show insurers you're only likely to claim for serious incidents. This could mean you get a better price on your insurance.
Think about what extras you need. Shop around to try and find a policy that's right for your needs. Need a few optional extras that could add to the cost? Try and find an insurer who might include them as standard as a lower price.