Does Your Insurance Cover a Camping Adventure?

 In Blog, Recreational Vehicle (RV) Insurance

Enjoy Your Summer Camping Adventures with the Right Coverage

There are so many great things about summer. One of them is the endless types of outdoor activities you can enjoy, from making s’mores at a campfire in your backyard to camping in the most amazing places. Enjoying nature is definitely, a must every sunny season, but regardless of how wonderful and relaxing it may be, it comes with certain risks. Be sure you have the right insurance coverage before heading out into the great outdoors.

What Could Go Wrong?

Camping may not be the type of activity that you’d consider dangerous — like skydiving or bungee jumping — but there are still risks associated with it. You could get into an accident with your RV on the way to the campsite; thieves could break into your campsite, a fire or a storm could damage your equipment. The unexpected can strike at any time, even when you feel like everything is going as expected. That’s why it’s crucial to be prepared for anything with insurance.

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.

RV Insurance

You might have heard that your RV could be covered under your homeowner’s insurance. That could be the case, although it is rare, so it is best to buy a separate policy for your RV. It will typically include collision coverage, comprehensive coverage, and personal property coverage, too, in case something happens to the items in your RV.

Liability Insurance

“Liability” is a term used to describe situations where you are held responsible for damage or injuries to another party. Having liability insurance is incredibly important because it can cover a wide variety of mishaps that could happen at any time. Yes. Even on vacation. Let’s say you crash your RV against another vehicle or someone else’s property. Having liability insurance will give you peace of mind, knowing that you will be covered even if you’re at fault.


Vacations are meant as a time to relax and have a good time. If an incident were to occur while enjoying time off in the beautiful summer weather, feeling certain that you are not alone and that everything will be taken care of, is important. If you’re not sure you have the right coverage, take time to talk to your insurance agent before going on your adventure.

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