Legally make money from hiring out your motorhome or campervan, with the security of knowing your pride and joy is protected and peace of mind that your self-drive hire insurance is valid and comprehensive.
Self-drive hire insurance is a type of policy that provides you with insurance cover in the event you want to hire out your vehicle. We offer a short period or annual insurance policy for those wanting to rent out their motorhome.
Did you know that for every day you leave your motorhome at home, you could be earning between £60 and £150 to rent it out? a 4-berth Swift Motorhome or a classic Volkswagen Camper, they can be a great money earner. Renting out your motorhome also allows other people to experience the joys of using a camper.
So call us today – our best prices are available over the phone.
As an insurance broker, we can tailor your insurance policy to your needs. And if you’re already a Sterling customer, we even offer discounts on your self-drive hire insurance.
Don’t worry – we offer comprehensive insurance for your vehicle, so even in the event something goes wrong, we’ll help cover the damages.
In most cases, vehicles don’t do well if they’re left unused for months on end. This means that hiring out your vehicle can help prevent your motorhome from falling foul to the usual issues that occur from disuse. You know the ones we mean: flat tyres, drained batteries, iced water systems and hardened rubber belts are just a few of them.
Instead of your motorhome sitting on the driveway building rust, hiring out your motorhome is an excellent way of making extra money while ensuring your pride and joy gets all the adventure she deserves!
We offer discounts for the following:
Almost anyone can hire out your vehicle, so long as they have a valid licence, whether they’re locals with the travel bug, tourists visiting the UK, or classic motorhome enthusiasts. So long as the driver is over 25 and has a clean driving record, you don’t even need to call us each time you hire it out on an annual policy.
And the best bit? Your annual policy covers up to 25 hires a year, allowing you to hire out your motorhome regularly.
Getting a quote couldn’t be any easier.
Looking for a way to escape this year without the commitment of owning your own motorhome or campervan? We have more information on how to hire a motorhome.
Yes, we offer short-term or temporary self-drive hire insurance. This is ideal if you want to try renting out your motorhome or you only rent it out certain times of the year. With Sterling, your cover can range from three days to an annual policy.
What sort of motorhomes do you cover?
We provide cover for all types of vehicles, with a few exceptions:
It’s always best to ensure your motorhome is secure, especially if it’s a high-value vehicle. You don’t necessarily need extra security devices, but it can help to reduce your insurance premiums and help prevent security issues while your vehicle is being rented out.
So long as the festival allows it, we see no issues with this!
If you rent your vehicle to someone under 25, they will need to arrange their own short-term policy to ensure they’re covered.
Whether you’ve got one motorhome or a whole fleet, let us know and we should be able to cover them.
We think our quotation service is one of the swiftest in the business and your policy will be issued on the same day you agree the deal.
Let us compare the prices with the levels of cover. We’ll take quotes from multiple insurance providers to ensure you get the very best deal.
Sterling’s claim line is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
If an insurance customer needs to make a claim, we’ll be here for you. Be assured there will be a sympathetic ear at the end of the phone.
Whether you’re calling for a quote or want to make a claim, our staff are based in the UK and ready for your call.
As soon as you agree the policy terms, your insurance can be issued on the same day.
Our senior staff have been working in the insurance industry for 30 years.
It means we can help if you need to find cover for situations or circumstances that are a bit more specialist.