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An RV holds the promise of exploring the country and finding new adventures. But first you need to protect your investment, and that involves a little more work than when finding personal auto insurance.  Recreational vehicle Insurance is geared to the unique needs of RV owners and provides the options to protect your home on wheels, whether you live in it full time or use it occasionally.

With a Capital Auto RV insurance policy, you’ll receive coverage, claims service, and 24/7 help from our RV insurance specialists. When you need to ask a question, make a change, or report a claim, we’re ready to help.

Required coverage

Like auto insurance, RV insurance includes several types of coverage, and some are mandatory. In the State of Nevada you must carry 15k/30k/10k in Bodily Injury and Property Damage which pay for damage and injuries to others in accidents you cause. This coverage is required to register a recreational vehicle. In Nevada you must pay attention to the registration and titling requirements for RV’s, otherwise you risk receiving fines and other penalties.

Capital Auto RV insurance quotes are offered 24/7, online or by phone. With so many options to choose from, we provide you with information to help you choose the best coverage for your RV.

Keep in mind that RV insurance covers several kinds of vehicles:

 *Motor Home—Including Classes A, B, and C

*Motor Coaches

*Camper Vans

*Travel Trailers

*Campers

*Pop-Ups

*Fifth Wheels

*Toy Haulers

RV insurance can protect your investment from top to bottom. With RV insurance, you can select many types of coverage, including Vacation Liability, Full Timer’s, Emergency Expense and more. Your RV insurance policy can also protect your traveling companions and your valuables when you’re on a trip.

Collision and comprehensive insurance are optional as far as state laws are concerned, but they’re critical for protecting expensive vehicles. Your lender will require them if you financed your RV. Collision insurance pays to repair or replace the RV if it’s damaged in an accident. Comprehensive insurance pays for repairs or replacement if the RV is stolen or damaged by causes other than traffic accidents, such as storms, vandalism or floods. RV policies can include extra services that you might also have for your car, such as towing and roadside assistance coverage.

Start building your policy today with a Capital Auto RV insurance quote, and check out our affordable rates!

By | 2017-05-15T14:07:28+00:00 August 28th, 2015|