No matter if you're a weekend warrior or a full time camper, before you head out on your next big adventure call Clear Choce for a free insurnace coverage assessment and get an updated quote. We can help you identify coverage areas that your currentl policy may be missing and in most cases we could help save you hundreds of dollars per year.
Road trips are full of twists and turns. Make sure that you are fully covered in the event your mobile getaway does'nt go as planned. In addition to collision coverage which protects your RV in the event of an accident make sure your policy includes these key components that will ensure you are financially protected against any unfortunate event.
This component provides coverage for medical expenses, lost income, and other costs related to injuries sustained in an RV accident, regardless of who is at fault.
This coverage provides protection against damage to your RV caused by non-collision events such as fire, theft, vandalism, or weather-related incidents.
This component covers the costs of damage or injury you cause to others while operating your RV. It includes bodily injury liability and property damage liability.
When it comes to RV insurance, not all policies are created equal. At Clear Choice Agency, we believe that an RV insurance policy should be tailored to meet the unique needs of the RV enthusiast. We offer comprehensive coverage that includes protection for your RV, personal belongings, and liability coverage. Our policies can also include specialized coverage for things like towing, roadside assistance, and personal injury. Our team of insurance experts will work with you to create a policy that meets your specific needs and budget. With Clear Choice Agency, you can have peace of mind knowing that you are fully covered in the event of an accident or unforeseen event.
Here are some of the areas we will consider when helping you build a customized RV insurance policy: Coverage: Review your policy to ensure it covers all aspects of your RV, including liability, comprehensive, collision, and uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage. Deductibles: Determine if the deductibles on your policy are appropriate for your needs and budget. Discounts: Inquire about available discounts for things like safety features, multiple policies, or good driving records to help reduce your premiums. Limits: Check the policy limits for each type of coverage to ensure they meet your needs in case of an accident or loss. Personal belongings: If you carry personal belongings in your RV, make sure your policy provides adequate coverage for those items. Emergency expenses: Ensure your policy covers emergency expenses like lodging and transportation if your RV becomes uninhabitable during a trip. Roadside assistance: Check if your policy includes roadside assistance coverage for incidents like a flat tire or dead battery. Optional coverage: Consider optional coverage like vacation liability or pet injury coverage, depending on your lifestyle and travel habits.