Editor’s note: Although we published this on Monday, we forgot the link to the article. So it is being republished today. Sorry for the oversight.
From the bloggers at Good Life RV:
When you purchased your RV you had to make a lot of decisions. From color, to interior, to awnings there have been a lot of choices. Now it’s time to handle that one necessary task: insuring your new RV.
Whether you’re a weekend camper, or living in your RV full-time, you will need the peace of mind that it will be protected in case of any misadventures. We hope you don’t experience any problems in your RV, but it’s best to be prepared for whatever rolls your way.
The first thing you need to understand when choosing your RV insurance is that there are two types: auto insurance and separate RV insurance. If you decide to just use an auto insurance policy, you should note that it does not cover many of the unique aspects of your RV.
Even though individual states mandate required minimum coverage rates, there are many coverage features that you should consider to fully cover your RV.
To read the full blog post, click here.