International ‘passport’ for campers
The Camping Card International (CCI) is a useful and widely recognised document throughout Europe at camping and caravaning sites. The CCI is respected proof of identity that has the same value as a passport for the campsite owner. A CCI card is a discount card at more than 2,500 campsites throughout Europe. This discount can be as much as 25% in both the high season and low season. If, for example, two adults and two children go camping for fourteen days in France, the discount can be almost 40.00 pounds. All campers that hold a CCI must read and abide by the Campers’ Code of Conduct.
Camping Card Application
In order to obtain a CCI the following steps must be taken:
- Complete and sign the CCI Application Form.
- Provide the following:
- Photocopy of applicants passport (in colour) or passports where the applicant holds dual passports.
- Photocopy of current club membership
- Photocopy of the applicants current drivers licence (in colour)
The CCI cannot be processed until all documentation is provided and all fees are paid to the Constituent Motoring Club in your State. Please allow at least ten (10) working days for the completion of the documentation.
AANT Application Fee $25.00 plus CCI Postage if required (price on application)
Period of Insurance
The period of this insurance covers claims arising under all CCI issued up to the expiry date of the CCI held by the Club member. Any claim will be handled according to the terms of the contract in force in the year during which the CCI was issued.
This insurance excludes the application of the Laws and any costs incurred in respect of any claim arising in United States of America and Canada or any territory where the Laws of United States of America and Canada might apply.
FICC has taken out third-party liability insurance with English insurance company Miller Insurance Services LLP of London for holders of a CCI. This insurance covers the legal liability for damage and/or personal injury to third parties during camping trips and a stay in a rented accommodation or hotel that is caused by the holder of the CCI and their husband/wife and by those (up to a maximum of 11 persons) travelling with them in the same private vehicle or by bike. If the holder of the CCI has to temporarily leave his or her travelling companions behind and return home in the course of the holiday, these travelling companions remain insured. All applicants must read About CCI – Conditions & Insurance.