If you’re a fan of spending your weekends cruising around in your RV, then you should know just how important it is to have Recreational Vehicle insurance. RVs can be pretty expensive to replace if something happens to them, and the last thing you want is to be left with a big bill after an accident.
So, what types of things should your Recreational Vehicle insurance policy cover? While it does depend on the type of RV you have, most policy options will include:
– Collision and comprehensive coverage: which helps cover the cost to repair or replace your RV if it’s damaged by an accident or natural disaster (e.g., a fire)
– Coverage for your personal belongings: which helps protect you should you accidentally leave something on your RV and it gets stolen (e.g., if you go for a swim, but don’t take your cell phone with you)
– Medical payments coverage: which can help cover the cost of any injuries that happen to people riding inside or outside of your RV
– Trip interruption coverage: which can help reimburse you for any costs associated with having to cancel or interrupt your trip due to an accident or illness
Analyzing all the different coverage options can be a little daunting, but that’s why it’s important to work with an insurance agent who understands RV insurance. At Rightway, we can help maximize your coverage, identify discounts, and help you read the fine print to make sure you’re fully protected. Call us today for a free consultation.
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