For a Life of Adventure
Adventure is calling, but before you go, make sure your RV is covered. In some cases, small RVs or travel trailers can be added to an auto policy, but for larger RVs, you’ll want to consider separate coverage. We’ll work with you to determine the coverage you need.1
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Fundamental RV Coverages You Should Consider
The most important RV coverage to consider, Liability Coverage covers the bodily injury of the insured and third parties as well as property damage both while the vehicle is in motion or parked at an RV Park or on private land.
Additional Equipment & Personal Belongings
You’ll want to consider covering your personal belongings and any additional equipment such as added awnings, satellite dishes, towing kits and wheelchair lifts. Items that are permanently attached to the RV are covered under the standard policy.
This covers most roadside assistance services which are often more expensive for an RV than a typical automobile.
It’s important to discuss your needs with a Workers Insurance agent before purchasing RV insurance so they can help you determine what you need.
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