From the bloggers at Nerd Wallet.
An RV holds the promise of exploring the country and finding new adventures. But first you need to protect your investment, and that involves more than finding cheap car insurance.
An RV is both a home and a vehicle, so you need a policy that covers aspects of both. Recreational vehicle insurance is geared to the unique needs of RV owners and provides the options to protect your home on wheels, whether you live in it full time or use it only for trips.
Like auto insurance, RV insurance includes several types of coverage, and some are mandatory. All states except New Hampshire require registered vehicle owners to buy minimum amounts of bodily injury and property damage liability insurance, which pay for damage and injuries to others in accidents you cause.
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