Whether you’re a weekend warrior or an RV full-timer, insurance is an important part of owning a recreational vehicle. But when it comes to insuring your RV, should it be treated as a home or a vehicle? The right RV insurance for you will blend aspects of each type of policy together and give you the coverage you need for your specific situation.
The “Vehicle” Aspects of RV Insurance
If you use your RV as a motor home and drive it on public roads under its own power, state laws require you to carry a minimum amount of liability insurance. The required minimum amounts of liability insurance that motorists must carry in Tennessee are:
The “Home” Aspects of RV Insurance
RV insurance is generally divided into two categories: recreational and full-timer. If you don’t live in your RV full time, recreational insurance will likely cover your RV inside and out when you’re on the road or parked at a campsite.
A full-time RV insurance policy is for those who use a motor home or travel trailer as their primary residence. It may include higher personal liability coverage, medical payments coverage, personal property/contents coverage, and possibly loss assessment coverage that could help cover RV park or association fees for common areas where your RV is parked.
Additional RV Coverages to Consider
Your unique RV use may also benefit from having specialty coverages added to or endorsed on your policy. Some examples would be:
Get in touch with Brandon Patterson at our agency by calling 865.453.1414 or emailing email@example.com to discuss your RV’s coverage before you hit the road!