Taking a vacation in an RV is fun for the entire family, but RV’s (Recreational Vehicles) can be costly to purchase. Consider renting an RV like you would rent a car and don’t forget to get the best coverage you can before hitting the road.
RV’s are harder to maneuver then a car or truck, but once you get the hang of it you are off and running. When renting an RV there is insurance coverage available for damages for an accident and a general liability coverage. What you may not realize is that these plans may not offer insurance for the interior, appliances, tables, beds, furniture and basically the upkeep of the interior itself. Like renting a home, take pictures of the RV inside and out before you pull out of the parking space.
Qualifying for RV rent insurance, requires a valid driver’s license and certain age requirements which vary state to state. Your auto policy may have limited coverage already in place for RV’s and you should contact your insurance carrier to see what is available or if they can add it.
Peace of mind when on vacation is essential and knowing that you are insured for any problem, just makes your time taking in the beach, country side or visiting a national park that much more enjoyable.