RV / TRAILER INSURANCE

Whether you use your recreational vehicle for fun or as a full-time residence—the best RV insurance coverage protects your unique needs. Get started now and hit the road with confidence.

While RV'ers enjoy being on the road and getting away, many mistakenly assume that RV insurance is about the same as car insurance.

Not properly insuring your RV, can lead to financial hardship should you have an accident.

What makes RV insurance unique?


RV Insurance is like two policies in one: it protects your vehicle like car insurance and it also protects your living area like home insurance.

Collision and road emergencies are definite risks to insure against. But when you are camping or parked, your RV becomes your home and needs to be protected against theft, fire, liability and other disasters.

Insurance for motor homes is specially designed to protect people that travel. And because your vehicle is usually larger than others, you should have greater liability coverage than standard autos, and this is only one important coverage option you might consider.

Who needs RV insurance?


There are several classes of recreational vehicles and they each need special insurance:

  • Class A covers RVs built like large commercial buses

  • Class B vehicles resemble vans, but have taller ceilings so you can stand up inside

  • Class C vehicles are large vehicles made from trucks or vans

Standard Motorhome Insurance


Standard insurance policy coverage will depend on your RV. Units that are motorized need the same kind of coverage as your car.
 
If you only plan to vacation once or twice a year, you may be able to get by with seasonal coverage. Trailer RVs will need insurance coverage for damage, both on and off the road.

Options for Your RV Insurance Policy


When you insure your RV, you might want to consider these important options:

  • Insurance for full-time RVers

  • Camper liability — since you are responsible for what happens inside your mobile home and the lot or camp site it’s parked on (just like your house.)

  • Extra bodily and property damage liability is not uncommon, especially if you have an expensive and large RV.

  • 24 hour roadside assistance is a worthwhile feature that could really save you time and money even if you only use it once. And if you never need it, what peace of mind!

  • Emergency expense money

  • Total loss coverage

  • RV contents coverage

  • Insurance for any ATVs you may be towing, both for damage they may sustain being towed or being driven.

There’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all insurance policy when it comes to your RV.

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