What’s obvious to most people is the fact that your RV, as a mobile vehicle, needs insurance like a car. What might not be obvious is the intricacies in shopping for RV insurance. Most RV owners aren’t prepared to ask the right questions when they buy an insurance policy. When the time to file claims comes, you might not be covered for your incident. To avoid the heartbreak of paying out of pocket for a damaged RV, there are a variety of ways to insure your recreational vehicle. Something as simple as a rider on a homeowner’s insurance policy is often sufficient for a weekend or occasional RV user. On the other hand, for the RV owner whose vehicle is a place of residence, it is prudent to get a dedicated RV policy. Homeowner’s insurance provides coverage for situations an RV owner won’t encounter; while lacking in areas that matter.
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