We’ve covered registration, mail and other things to consider, but what happens when your adventure goes awry?
Today, Ramona Creel is sharing about how to protect against the unexpected when you head to full-time status in Airstreaming. Here are her thoughts:
When you live in one place, you normally have homeowner’s insurance that covers your physical dwelling, its contents, and your personal liability when someone is on your property. But when you live on the road, the idea of protecting your assets becomes a wee bit more complicated. And it brings up lots of questions.
Will your auto insurance cover the trailer too? Can you add a rider to insure all of your stuff, or do you need a separate umbrella policy?
To get answers to these questions and more information on protecting your RV and belongings from Airstream, click here.