Tyron safety bands for motorhomes

Earn a discount on your motorhome insurance premiums

By fitting Tyron safety bands to your motorhome you could save up to 5% on your premiums.

To see what you could save get an online quote today or call Club Care's dedicated team on 01277 243060

Tyron bands have been in existence with the military and police for over 30 years and are now highly regarded within the motorhome industry as being an excellent way to reduce the impact of a tyre blowout.

If your motorhome was to get a flat tyre or suffer a blowout during your journey, then the Tyron band would hold the wheel and tyre together and minimise the impact – allowing you to keep control of the motorhome and avoid an accident. The video below demonstrates how this works:


A recent discussion on The Camping and Caravanning Club’s Facebook page prompted lots of questions from members about the benefits that Tyron bands have for motorhome owners. To help answer some of the common questions we were asked about Tyron bands we spoke to the company’s Technical Director Tony Glazebrook:

Tyron bands motorhomes

This interview is available for download at the bottom of this page to keep safe in case you need to refer to it in future.

Insurance benefits of fitting Tyron bands

Club Care Insurance (insurance providers for The Camping and Caravanning Club) recognise the benefit of having Tyron bands fitted to your vehicle, and so offer a discount on your premiums for this. If you have Tyron bands fitted you will receive a 5% discount on your premium; to see how much this could save you get an online quote today. The discount will be applied automatically when you list Tyron bands as one of your safety devices while filling in the form. If you need help or prefer getting a quote over the telephone then you can call our dedicated team on 01277 243060.

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