We ask Bailey: What is a caravan berth and which one do I need?
Choosing a caravan can be a bit overwhelming, especially when you hear terms such as berths, axles, layouts, MTPLM, and total user payload.
Lifesure sponsors local Team GB Dragon Boat racing team
Lifesure are proud to sponsor the team GB Dragon boat racing team.
A guide to towing your caravan
You’ve bought a caravan and you’re excited to get out and explore. What do you need to know about towing before you set off?
Your rights and obligations as a park home owner
Knowing your rights and obligations as a park home owner can go a long way towards creating positive relationships with the site owners and your neighbours.
7 reasons to love your motorhome
For many, a motorhome offers the freedom to escape everyday life for a little while, to be spontaneous and go wherever the mood takes you. At Lifesure, we love motorhomes too.
Brushing off the winter blues
If you’re keen to get out and enjoy your motorhome after a winter break, you’ll need to make sure it’s ready for the road. Our pre-season checks will help you get going quickly and safely.
What should you do after a car accident?
Accidents happen. But knowing that doesn’t make it any less stressful and upsetting if it happens to you. Knowing what to do can help though.
8 ways to keep your leisure home more secure
What’s the best way to keep your log cabin, chalet or lodge secure when you’re not there? Our 8 tips are a good place to start.
Are you planning to drive abroad?
Driving abroad can be an exciting adventure. But it can be daunting too. If you’re new to driving abroad or need a little refresher, this article will help.
Getting insurance after a conviction
Convictions can make it more difficult to find motor insurance, whether your conviction is driving related or not. But it’s not impossible. This article gives you a few dos and don’ts to help.
What to do if your car breaks down
If your car starts making unusual noises, strange vibrations, or you see smoke coming from the engine, it might be about to break down. What should you do next?