RVs, such as motor homes and travel trailers, fit together. They are land conveyances with wheels meant to be temporary mobile housing. However, some RVers live in them full-time. Whether you enjoy them four times a year or every day, we recommend you buy a separate policy rather than add them to your auto insurance. Stand-alone recreational vehicle insurance has all the right coverages and options depending on your need. If you buy from the same company as your auto insurance, you may be entitled to discounts.
To give you a quote, we will need:
1. Full name of the driver(s)
2. Date(s) of birth of the driver(s)
3. Driver’s license number(s)
4. Year, make, model, length, and stated value of the RV
5. Vehicle identification or serial number
6. Value of personal property stored inside the RV
7. Number of days used per year.
Have this information ready when you call us for a quote. We have several companies to choose from to shop for the best price and coverage. You may also complete the online quote request form. We do not share or sell your personal data with anyone. Beware of other online companies that promise to sell you the best rate. Read the fine print. Many of them are NOT insurance agencies or companies. They gather your data and sell it to twenty other companies or agencies. Soon you will be slammed with calls, text messages, and emails. We don’t do that. We deliver your quote, answer your questions, then leave you alone to decide.