We have been installing security systems to Motorhomes and Caravans since 2000. In this time we have developed a close relationship with dealers around the country and have experience of working on most major manufacturers vans.
We have also owned a few motor-homes in house which we have used to develop and design systems which we recommend to our customers now. We only install systems we have used our selves whilst camping as we feel comfortable with the reliability of the systems offered.
Please feel free to browse systems but remember no two motor-homes are the same and everyone has different needs. Please contact us for advice and assistance in helping you choose the best system for your vehicle.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the best security for a motorhome?
The best security solution for a motorhome will depend on the severity of the crime around where your motorhome is stored. However, there are different ways that you can protect your motorhome. Simple things such as a steering wheel lock or an effective home lock can work wonders, but for specified situations such as overnight stays, it may be ideal to simply avoid bigger cities, or if you want to make your vehicle immobile, wheel clamps are also good options.
Are motorhomes stolen often?
This can vary year by year, but on average motorhomes are often stolen when it lacks proper security. Contact us if you have any concerns regarding your motorhome’s safety and we can provide you with the ideal set-up for your motorhome.
How do I protect my motorhome from theft?
In addition to our advice for ensuring the best security for your motorhome, you should also fit your motorhome with a high-quality alarm and immobiliser to fully protect your motorhome from theft. The alarm’s loud noise can attract immediate attention while immobilisers prevents a motorhome engine from running if the incorrect key (or token) is present.
What is the average cost to insure a motorhome?
Depending on the type of motorhome you own, the average cost of insurance for a motorhome can vary. An A-class motorhome, for example, can cost around £850 to £3000 per year to insure, while C-class or standard motorhomes should be slightly cheaper at about £400 to £1900 per year.