Your recreational vehicle and belongings inside are valuable to you – protect them while on the road!
The quickest way to ruin a family vacation is for your recreational vehicle (RV) or the contents to get stolen. Not only does this leave you vulnerable and stranded, but it grinds your trip to a halt until the issue is resolved.
Here are some important basics that you should know to protect your belongings from theft:
- Know your coverage: Contact your insurance agent to review your policy before you set off. Keep in mind that comprehensive coverage, collision damage, liability coverage, property damage, and campsite liability are all smart options!
- List your belongings: Record your belongings with photos of each valuable item, and serial numbers of TVs and microwaves.
- Calculate the value: Tally up the money that you paid for each item to know how much your items are worth. You’ll then have a better understanding of how much insurance coverage you’ll need.
- Park safe: Be sure to research the campground where you intend staying. Evaluate the campground’s security by asking if it has gates, cameras, and 24-hour security. If the campsite is more secluded, be sure to park in a well-lit, visible area.
In addition, secure your RV with collision coverage to keep it on the road should you face an accident and liability protection, should someone be injured on your property and file a lawsuit. Protecting your vehicle and possessions is key to preventing financial strain during your travels!
Depending on the number of your valuables and the location of your vacation, you may want to take out additional coverage. At All Nevada Insurance, located in Las Vegas, Nevada, we provide all types of RV insurance so that you can travel with financial protection and peace of mind! Contact us today to get started.