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Owning a recreational vehicle (RV) can be a huge responsibility. In addition to functioning as regular automobiles on the road, RVs are, in many ways, homes on wheels. RVs are susceptible to a variety of unforeseen incidents. Fortunately, having the right RV insurance policy can be a great way to limit potential expenses following an accident.
How Does RV Insurance Work?
RV insurance functions similarly to many other insurance policies. In exchange for an insurance premium, your insurer will assist you in covering expenses following an accident. Accidents in which your insurer might step in to help out include incidents like fires, collisions, weather damage and vandalism. It is important to note that you’ll most likely have to pay a deductible, which is a designated out-of-pocket accident cost you’ll cover before your insurer steps in to cover the rest.
What Do RV Policies Cover?
RV insurance typically includes protection matching the driving and property risks associated with your vehicle. Some of the coverage you might need to carry consists of the following types:
Liability insurance helps by insuring you against damage or injuries you cause to others if you are at fault in a wreck.
Collision insurance helps by covering damage to your vehicle after a wreck.
Comprehensive insurance helps by paying for vehicle damage from non-accident mishaps, such as weather damage.
Medical coverage helps by covering your medical bills and those of your passengers.
Uninsured/underinsured insurance helps by insuring you against damage caused by someone else who doesn’t have appropriate liability coverage.
Campsite and vacation coverage helps by covering liabilities associated with using the RV as a vacation property.
Full-time residence insurance is intended for those permanently living in their RVs.
Other coverage offers help for roadside assistance, rental car coverage and expenses protection (for expenses such as emergency hotel bills).
There may be potential added coverage options included in some policies; reach out to our agency to find out more.
How Much RV Insurance Do I Need?
RV insurance needs tend to vary among owners depending on various factors, such as RV model and location. To learn more about how much RV insurance you’ll need, be sure to contact the agents at InsureAll of West Texas.
If you are an RV owner in the Midland, Texas, area, we can help you out. InsureAll of West Texas is dedicated to helping RV owners learn more about potential coverage options for their motorhomes so they can make an educated decision on a policy.
Contact us today at 432-848-3055 to learn more about RV insurance.