Your RV or recreational vehicle is designed to be driven, much like a car. Most states require anyone who operates a vehicle to carry liability insurance. An RV is a home on wheels. It’s actually a vehicle. Our Land Home Insurance Services team is committed to helping RV owners understand the law and the benefits of RV insurance.
What is RV Insurance?
RV insurance, like car insurance, provides liability protection and more for people who operate RVs. If you are found at fault for an accident or some other situation involving your RV, liability coverage will pay for the medical expenses of those injured and any property or physical damage to another vehicle. Liability coverage also provides legal protection as well. RV insurance also provides financial compensation for the repair or replacement of your vehicle as well as roadside help.
Do I need RV insurance if I only drive my RV once a year?
Regardless of how frequently or infrequently you drive your RV, you are still required to carry liability RV insurance. You must carry RV insurance that meets the state-specified minimum requirements. Most states require anyone who operates an RV to carry RV insurance to legally operate an RV. Most states require anyone who operates an RV to carry property damage liability and bodily injury RV insurance. This coverage will provide financial compensation for any damage you cause to other people’s property, vehicles, etc, as well as any injuries you cause while operating your RV.
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If you have questions regarding what’s legally required to operate your RV, call us at Land Home Insurance Services. We can help you explore state minimum requirements as well as the benefits of RV insurance.