With the Government advising the UK to avoid gatherings and social activities, you must be wondering how coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) could affect your shooting insurance. Lots of our policyholders have been asking what they’re covered for, so we’ve put together this FAQ page to address your concerns. Here’s how coronavirus affects your shooting insurance.
With shooting ranges now closed, does my insurance cover me for practising in my garden or on my own land?
The announcement earlier in the week means we are all very much in unchartered waters. We very much support the government’s new rules for us all to stay home to stop the spread of the virus, however we appreciate that will mean you’ll be unable to take part in the shooting activities you usually would at this time of year. If you want to keep practicing during this period however, then we’re pleased to say that our insurance will cover against any accidents that happen on your own land.
Please note that you need to get permission by the owner of any neighbouring land to do your chosen activity if there is a chance your practicing could impact their property. Please check our insurance documents for terms and conditions of cover.
Are there any age restrictions on my policy?
Our insurance has no age restrictions so if you want to use this time at home to teach your children a new hobby, or take up one yourself, It’s quick and easy to make sure the entire family is covered.
Can I cover the entire family on one policy?
We don’t offer family policies but each member of your family can take out their own individual policy and you’ll all be covered. Plus you’ll all receive 25% off each new policy. And we also offer a referral scheme so you could refer another member of your family and you’ll get £10 cash for each one that takes out a policy. Find out more here.
Would I be covered for practicing archery?
One activity we’ve seen a lot of interest in has been Archery, it’s great fun and if you’ve never tried it before, now might be the perfect time to give it a go. Your current policy would still cover you, so you could give it a go with peace of mind that you’re insured. Why not check out our blog for some top tips for getting into archery, the do’s and don’ts of archery training, and check out our website for more information about the cover.
Have questions about your policy?
We are taking steps so that our Customer Service team will be as unaffected as possible. All of our staff can work from home to continue to provide the best possible service to our policyholders.
However, given the nature of this situation, we are experiencing higher call volumes and may take a little longer to respond to your query.
Your policy documents
If you have any questions regarding your insurance and what you’re covered for, please log in to your online account, from here you’ll be able to access all your insurance documentation and this will explain the conditions of your policy in more detail.
If you are having severe financial difficulty as a result of COVID-19, we have a number of options that may be available to you including payment deferrals. Please contact us and we can discuss the possible options with you.
You can call our UK-based customer service team on 08000 92 72 73 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org (Monday – Friday, 9am – 5:30pm).