What are the insurance requirements for RVs?

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What are the insurance requirements for RVs?

RV insurance requirements can vary, but generally, RV owners are required to have liability insurance to cover bodily injury and property damage they may cause to others in an accident, with minimum coverage limits often determined by state laws. While not always mandatory, collision and comprehensive coverage are recommended to protect against damage, theft, or vandalism to the RV itself. Additional coverage options like uninsured/underinsured motorist, personal injury protection, or full-time RV insurance may also be necessary depending on your circumstances and location. It’s essential to check state-specific requirements and consider your RV usage and unique needs when selecting the appropriate insurance coverage, often consulting with a specialized RV insurance agent for guidance.

What are the insurance requirements for RVs?

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