You’ve got your RV packed with coolers full of food, tents and sleeping bags for the night, and there’s even room left over for souvenirs. But wait! What about insurance? Your current car insurance probably won’t cover your camper, let alone the contents.
What’s the Best Kind of RV Insurance Policy?
There are several different options for RV insurance coverage, but the four main types of policies will include:
Collision coverage covers damage to your RV that is the result of a collision with another vehicle or object, while comprehensive coverage takes care of damages to your vehicle that are the result of non-collision events.
Towing and labor costs are available if you get stuck in a tight spot or need your RV towed, and onboard expenses cover items not covered elsewhere in the policy, such as jewelry kept in the onboard safe, cameras used while camping, certain sporting equipment, or musical instruments used when your RV is stationary.
Before you make a final decision on the type and amount of coverage you want, give us a chance to show you what we can do. We’re betting we can find you better coverage at a lower price than anyone else, and it won’t cost you a thing to find out. Click Get-A-Quote below to get started.
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