Recreational Vehicle Insurance
There’s nothing quite so satisfying on a vacation as traveling from the comfort of your own home, especially across the beautiful regions of Florida. You have all your belongings there with you, and you don’t need to worry about leaving behind handy appliances. Because so many of your personal items are traveling with you, however, there is always the risk of losing them all due to an accident or theft while on the road.
There are many risks when traveling in an RV; getting insurance coverage to address those risks permits you to enjoy your vacation without the stress of worrying.
RV Insurance Coverage
Recreational vehicles include several kinds of vehicles such as motor homes, motor coaches and travel trailers such as campers, pop-ups, and fifth wheels.
Insurance coverage for an RV is mostly similar to typical auto insurance coverage. PIP, bodily injury liability, and property damage liability are applied to your RV in the same way as to your regular vehicles. However, an RV is not simply a vehicle; it is also a home, and your RV insurance policy should reflect that, and protect you from all liabilities.
RV, Motor Home, and Camper Insurance
The best RV insurance should take into account accidents which may occur when the vehicle is parked on a campground. Personal belongings insurance coverage, also, should be considered, as well as Travel Insurance Coverage for trip interruption and emergency roadside service.
There are many things to factor in when looking for RV insurance, but we at Magruder Agency want to help. Contact us for an evaluation of your needs, and an RV insurance quote.