If you’re a part-time RVer who spends most of your time at home in Raleigh, NC, you probably don’t keep much in your vehicle besides vacation supplies, cooking gear, things like that. If you’re a full-time RVer, whether that means living a totally nomadic lifestyle or just doing month-long trips a few times a year, the RV is your home, it carries your whole life in it, so it’s good to know that your belongings are covered in the event of theft or an accident.
What Does RV Insurance Cover?
As a general rule, you can expect that a basic RV policy will cover whatever was in or attached to the RV when you bought it. Or if you’ve done some remodeling, then you’re covered on whatever you added to it. But you shouldn’t expect that your basic policy is going to cover every tea kettle, blanket, and book you’ve loaded into the vehicle for your next trip.
But, you do have the option of buying additional insurance through Young Insurance Associates Inc to cover your valuables. As a general rule: If you can put a monetary value on something, then someone offers insurance on it.
Just note that you need to keep that policy updated, just as you would a policy on the valuables you keep in your home. If you just finished a major shopping trip to deck your RV out with creature comforts like a Blu-ray player and silk sheets, then you’re going to want to make a stop at your insurer or pick up the phone and call. And just like your valuables at home, you’ll want to keep receipts and photos of anything you want to be covered. Give Young Insurance Associates Inc a call and see what they can do for you.