Recreational vehicles (RVs) like motorhomes and travel trailers are popular choices for people looking to travel in the comfort of their own vehicle.
Nowadays the selection of motorhomes and travel trailers available are endless, so it’s important to choose the insurance rating that is best suited to your specific recreational vehicle. See below for types of motorhome insurance and trailer insurance we provide, as well as discounts and additional rating available.
Motorhomes are a self-propelled vehicle, specifically designed and manufactured to include living accommodations for the purpose of recreational travel.
There are a variety of motorhomes available on the market for people who want to live out the RV lifestyle, including:
- Class A Motorhomes are the largest model of motorhome, generally sleeping 8-10 people and featuring a full kitchen and bathroom, along with optional outdoor setups.
- Class B Motorhomes are also known as ‘sleeper vans’ and are the smallest type of motorhome available. They are great for couples and offer better convenience and affordability than other options.
- Class C Motorhomes are similar to Class A, with many of the same amenities, although less space. They are a good medium-sized option for a large family or small group traveling together.
Travel Trailer Insurance
A travel trailer, as known as a caravan, is towed behind a road vehicle to provide a place to sleep that is more comfortable and protected than a tent.
Travel trailers are a convenient and versatile option if you are looking to expand your on-the-road lifestyle. Travel trailers come in a range of sizes and styles to suit anyone from a single traveler, to a couple, to a large family.
Depending on your trailer, you can expect amenities ranging between the level of a Class A and Class C Motorhome. As a result, it is easy to find a travel trailer to fit the demands of your budget and requirements.
Fifth Wheel Trailer Insurance
Fifth-wheel trailers have a goose-neck hitch that hooks to the bed of a full-size truck. These hitches are similar to the trailer attachment systems that tractor-trailers use to haul heavy loads. When they’re properly installed, fifth-wheel hitches are in the truck’s bed, between the cab and rear axle.
Fifth-wheel trailers have become an increasingly popular option for RVs. They offer more space and amenities than a travel trailer, offering a similar level of luxury to a Class A Motorhome, but they can also be parked for greater convenience and the ability to explore.
Pop-Up Tent Trailer Insurance
A pop-up tent trailer is light-weight, affordable trailer with pull-out bunks and tent walls that collapses for towing and storage.
Pop-up tent trailers are easy to stow and haul. They are very compact and do not require a truck to haul them, making them a preferable option for smaller weekend trips.
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