Middlesex Motorcaravans Campervan Insurance
Insuring your campervan is one of the most important things you could do today. By giving yourself complete peace of mind, you’ll be able to enjoy your travels a whole lot more.
Comfort Insurance can help get your Middlesex campervan insured.
As a specialist campervan insurance broker, with multiple campervan insurance-based awards under our belt, we can offer you a comprehensive insurance policy individually tailored for you and your vehicle. The policy cover includes:
- Up to £5,000 personal effects cover
- 9 months EU cover - in a single trip or multiple visits
- Gas and Explosion cover
- Accident and Recovery Cover
- Emergency Accommodation
- Optional UK and European Breakdown
More about Middlesex Motorcaravans
Middlesex Motorcaravans are a campervan conversion company in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. These specialists offer bespoke services and several designs in their conversion range. Their first conversion is named the Matrix. This campervan offers a unique layout, with a kitchen unit at the rear, equipped with 2 hobs, a sink and a fridge. The Matrix conversion sleeps two and has four seats, two front and two rear, with space in between the two rear seats for access to the kitchen area at the back. The main selling point of this conversion is the built in toilet which proves very convenient for longer trips. However, there’s still plenty of room for additional storage space and two tables.
Next in the range is the Maxim conversion. With more of a traditional layout, this camper has a side kitchen unit with two hobs, a sink and a fridge. This conversion also has built in toilet storage, which is situated at the back of the vehicle, behind the rear seats. There are four seats in total and the two rear seats convert into a double bed, able to sleep two. There is the option for more berths by adding a roof bed, which will be able to accommodate an additional two people. Equipped with a table and lots of storage space, this conversion makes the perfect camper for long weekends. Similar to this conversion is the Motion 1, also in the Middlesex conversion range.
If you like the look and layout of the Maxim conversion, you may also like the model’s variants: The Maxim 2 and Maxim 3. The Maxim 2 conversion offers a slightly smaller side storage unit to allow for a wider bed than the standard double and can be built on both short and long wheelbase vehicles. The Maxim 3 can only be built on a long wheelbase VW or a small wheelbase Transit. This conversion has a three seater sofa bed in the rear allowing for up to five seats and could even sleep an additional small person.
The next conversions are the Milo 1 and 2, based on the VW T4. Similar to the Maxim conversion, these campervans seat four, sleep two and have a side kitchen unit with two hobs, a sink and a fridge. The Milo 1, however has fixed seats, whereas the Milo 2 features sliding seats.
The Mira conversion is built on the Citroen Berlingo and can also be based on the Renault Kangoo and Peugeot Partner. This camper is more compact with a single bed and side kitchen unit. The single bed can convert to a double if needed to allow an extra berth. An impressive feature of this conversion is the built in storage which is able to accommodate a small portable toilet.
Last in the Middlesex conversion range is the Mydas. This camper has a simple layout, with four seats and two berth and has a smaller kitchen unit to provide more interior space but still features two hobs and a sink. To save space, instead of a regular sized camping fridge, it features a fridge drawer.