Your RV Needs a Little Extra Insurance

 In Blog, Recreational Vehicle (RV) Insurance

Insurance for a recreational vehicle (RV) is like getting auto insurance and home insurance for one vehicle. Before you hit the road looking for the next adventure or family camping trip, talk to an independent agent and make sure you have enough insurance for your RV.

Why you need an RV in Colorado

Denver area independent insurance agency

Make sure your RV, motorhome, or camper van insurance covers all the amenities in case of theft or an accident.

Being outdoors is what most Coloradans love more than anything. We have four national parks and 50 state parks. This state has scenery and wildlife for days; we’re amazed it’s not a requirement for everyone to have an RV. Sure, you could pack a tent in your boring daily driver, but how much cooler would it be to be able to travel with a few more amenities and a comfortable mattress?

The right insurance for your RV

An RV is any motor vehicle that comes equipped with a living room, bedroom, bathroom, and kitchen.

It’s exactly those amenities that we need to know about when we find you the best insurance for your RV. Insurance for an RV is different from regular auto insurance because of all the luxuries, amenities, and “things” that you travel with when you are in your RV.

Some RVs are decked out with fancy awnings, screens, stereo and TV, refrigerators, heaters, AC units, solar-powered equipment, generators, and so much more. There are some seriously fancy RVs out there. The more accessories you have for your RV, the more it is going to cost to replace.

Upgrading your RV insurance policy

Upgrade your RV insurance policy in Colorado

Your motorhome may be retro, but your insurance policy shouldn’t be. Talk to an AAI Central agent about updating your RV insurance policy.

If you’ve slowly been upgrading your RV over time, making it more and more like a luxury home on wheels, talk to an independent agent in Colorado about updating your insurance policy to reflect new gadgets and accessories.

RVs sometimes break down

While you’re finding a new insurance policy or updating the old one, get a little extra coverage in case you break down on the side of the road. Since you’re out exploring the land in your RV, you never know where you’ll be when (if) you break down. You can be in the middle of nowhere, as long as your insurance will cover the cost of roadside service and towing.

Independent insurance agent in Colorado

Not sure if you have the right insurance or enough insurance for your RV? Call one of our agents and we’ll be happy to help.

AAI Central Agency

2090 E 104th Ave Ste 100 Thornton, CO 80233

303-757-7611

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