What Does RV Insurance Cover?

Buying a recreational vehicle (RV) can be a great way to spend time with your family. You can go away for a weekend or even several weeks. That being said, you also need to protect yourself.

While looking at insurance, you may be wondering what RV insurance covers. Here are some things that it does. 

Bodily injury liability will cover medical bills if someone is injured in your RV. It may also cover their loss of income. It should cover your legal fees if you are sued due to this accident. 

Property damage liability will protect you if you damage someone’s property. This can include their vehicle or anything else that you may damage. If you hit a fence, it will cover the cost to fix it. If you hit a shed, the damage should be covered. 

Collision insurance will pay for any damage that occurs to your RV if you are involved in an accident. If your RV is totaled, you will get enough money in order to buy a new one.  

Comprehensive insurance covers anything other than collision. This may include vandalism, theft, and storm damage. 

Liability insurance is required by most states. It is up to you whether you want extra protection through collision and comprehensive insurance. If you have a lot of money wrapped up in your RV, you may want extra protection. If you take out a loan to buy your RV, you may be required to have collision and comprehensive insurance. 

If you are wondering if you need insurance for your RV, don’t hesitate to contact us today at Insurance Solutions Inc in Cullman, AL.