All very embarrassing, I just didn't see it. I hit it hard enough to crack some of the GRP on the back, but not, thankfully any lights. The worst bit is that the impact has put a large crack in the ply board which lines the back of the garage and has shifted the island bed and connected cupboards so the furniture is all skew-whiff. It's clearly an insurance job but fortunately the gas, water and electrics are OK. It's still driveable and liveable. I've looked underneath and all panels and metal seem straight as do the sides and roof. I'm full-timing so wasn't planning to return to the UK until Xmas but as my van is an Auto-Trail, I don't think I can get it properly fixed abroad? I haven't had an accident abroad before, or in the UK for as long as I can remember, so what happens from here? I rang Aviva and told them, they said they would get someone from their international division to call me to tell me what to do but that they wouldn't be in touch until Monday. What options am I likely to have? The GRP spare wheel cover has dents (repairable?) as does the bottom of the rear panel which is more badly damaged but still potentially repairable. I don't know much about GRP repairs. Some of the furniture could perhaps be shifted back into position but there are a couple of bits where the wood has given way, splitting the laminate covering. So they will need replacing and I wouldn't think anyone but Auto-Trail would have those parts. Any advice about Comfort insurance / Aviva gratefully received. Glad I declared full-timing and paid the hefty premium.