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This basic RV insurance pays out when your motorhome or RV causes damage to someone or something else. If you drive an older model and don’t have many other assets to protect, you may not need much more coverage than this. Check with your local agent to find out.
This picks up where liability insurance leaves off—it covers your own vehicle when you cause an accident or hit a stationary object. This coverage is especially important if you drive a newer model campervan or carry a vehicle loan.
Sometimes called comprehensive coverage, this option covers damage to your RV not caused by a collision. It takes care of issues like fire, theft, vandalism, glass breakage, weather-related damage, and deer that come out of nowhere.
This can offset your health insurance deductible and pay out for your passengers’ injuries if necessary. It’s also an added buffer if you’re liable in an accident that causes serious injuries.
Extend your insurance protection to your furry friends as well. If your dog or cat is with you during an accident and is injured or worse, this coverage goes toward vet bills or pays a death benefit (similar to life insurance). It’s built in to comprehensive coverage.
If someone else causes a crash and doesn’t have insurance, or if their insurance isn’t enough to repair or replace the damage they caused to you, this coverage kicks in.
If you’ve upgraded your stereo, this option is for you. This protection applies to custom parts or equipment, devices, accessories, enhancements, and changes other than those installed by the original manufacturer that alter the performance of your vehicle.
Motorhome accidents can cause serious, life-altering injuries that may force you to miss time at work. This coverage can help provide for your family if accident-related injuries keep you off the job and cause a loss of income.
RV's break down at the most inconvenient times. This package includes towing, gas delivery, tire replacement, and more to get you back on the road as quickly as possible, no matter where or when you need help.
Non-electronic modifications to your RV require this coverage. You can insure the value of your custom seats, special furnishings, carpeting, or other interior customizations with this option.
If your vehicle suffers damage that’s covered under your policy, your transportation expenses (such as rental car charges) can be covered up to a specified amount while your car is being repaired or replaced.
Talking with your local agent is the best way to find out what riders or specific coverages are recommended for your specific situation.
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The preceding insurance descriptions contain only a general explanation of available coverages and are intended for informational purposes only and do not replace or modify your individual policy’s provisions and applicable endorsements which control coverage determinations. To learn more about auto insurance coverage talk to your local Virginia Farm Bureau Agent.
1. Based on Year-to-date member retention report, September 2016
2. Motor Home Insurance requires a Virginia Farm Bureau Auto Insurance Policy. Motor Home must be licensed, titled & garaged in Virginia