Making the decision to insure your RV with a specialized Orlando RV insurance policy means that you can receive coverage including Vacation Liability, Full Timer’s, Emergency Expense, and more.
When it comes to Orlando RV insurance, the following options are available to you:
Bodily Injury & Property Damage Liability
Comprehensive & Collision Options
– Actual Cash Value
– Agreed Value
– Total Loss Replacement
Personal Effects Replacement
Fuel Spill Liability
Fire Department Service Charge
Mexico Physical Damage
Full Timer’s Package
Why Get an RV Insurance Policy?
Your RV is more expensive than a car and your Orlando RV insurance should cover more than what car insurance covers. Rather than add your RV to your auto policy, consider insuring your RV on its own insurance policy. When thinking about insuring your RV, keep the following in mind:
There are things you may want to keep in your RV that you would not keep in your car, such as clothing, jewelry, binoculars, audio/video equipment, cameras, or outdoor gear.
When you park your RV at a campsite, you may be liable for the area around your RV.
If someone is injured in or around your RV, you may be responsible.
If your RV is damaged while you are traveling, you’ll need a place to stay and a way to get there.
Is RV Insurance cheaper than Car Insurance?
Many people dream of owning an RV and exploring the country in an entirely different way. Around 10 million households already do, with another 1.72 million looking to buy according to BusinessWire.
Aside from the cost of buying and maintaining an RV, you will also need to consider buying RV insurance. If so, you probably have many questions. Are you required to have insurance? What does it cover? How much is RV insurance?
The truth is, it can be cheaper than auto insurance.
What Type of Insurance Do You Need?
RV liability insurance is a must in most states. You can also purchase coverage to help pay for repairs if you’re ever in an accident or your RV gets damaged in some way.
In some cases, you are also required to purchase full coverage, which helps pay for damages but also covers your belongings inside the RV such as electronics, computers, clothes, sporting goods, and satellites.
If you buy the motorhome outright (versus financing), full coverage is generally optional. If this type of coverage is optional you need to think about how much you would be able to pay for major repairs or a complete loss of your RV. You should certainly consider full coverage if you plan to live in your RV full time.
Rental RVs are required to have insurance coverage. Check to make sure your auto insurance policy extends to RVs. If not, some RV rental companies will include insurance in the price of the rental. They may also offer short-term policies that will cover your trip.
Specialized RV Insurance
Beyond basic liability and full coverage, there are also additional policies that you can purchase.
- Full-timers insurance
- Campsite liability insurance
- RV emergency expense coverage
Ask an insurance professional if you need any specialized RV insurance.
Factors That Affect RV Insurance Rates
Other than size and type of motorhome, there are other factors that influence premium rates.
- Age and condition of the RV
- Your experience driving an RV
- Your driving record
- Where you live
- How much you drive/use the RV
- Number of previous claims
- Type and amount of insurance
When you speak with us, ask about coverage options, policies, and deductible rates to determine your premium.