Recreational Vehicle (RV) Insurance
We could save you 15% or more.
Weber Insurance knows your Recreational vehicle (RV) Travel Trailer, 5th Wheel or Camper is a home away from home. We offer Recreational Vehicle (RV), Insurance Travel Trailer Insurance, 5th Wheel Insurance or Camper Insurance that treats your RV as if it were your home. Sometimes, a Recreational Vehicle can be covered under a basic auto insurance policy. This type of policy add-on can leave gaps in coverage where your Recreational vehicle’s uses aren’t considered or once your rig is disconnected from your automobile or permanently parked for living in. With a Recreational Vehicle Insurance policy from Weber Insurance, we have flexible coverage options for your RV that will ensure your home away from home is covered, along with everyone, and everything, inside it. We offer Recreational Vehicle Insurance coverage for nearly all types of RV’s , travel trailer, 5th Wheel, or Camper. Plus, there are many policy specific options tailored to you and your Recreational Vehicle’s (RV) needs.
Why choose Weber Insurance Corporation
Weber Insurance has the right experience and the right policies to fit your needs. We represent A-Rated (or better), nationally recognized companies to find you the very best Recreational Vehicle Insurance , Travel Trailer Insurance, 5th Wheel Insurance or Camper Insurance that suits your needs and your budget. We will review your Recreational Vehicle type and uses, then customize an insurance policy that won’t leave you guessing if you’re covered or not. Your Recreational Vehicle Insurance policy with Weber Insurance will have you spending less time worrying about insurance, and more time enjoying the things you love to do. Being outdoors!
Recreational Vehicle Insurance Coverage Options
A Recreational Vehicle (RV) Insurance policy with Weber insurance offers specific, customizable coverage for your RV type, from campers, to trailers, to full-sized motor homes and 5th Wheels. Plus there are many flexible options to help you get more out of your policy and save you money. Whether you hit the road every weekend, or plan a big trip once a year, there is a Recreational Vehicle Insurance policy designed just for you. Your Recreational Vehicle Insurance policy will include a wide variety of options such as:
- Liability Coverage
- Deductible options
- Custom Coverage Limits
- Off-season Coverage
- Vacation Liability while parked and disconnected from your auto
And can be customized to include additional coverage options and benefits:
- 24 hour Road-side assistance
- Total loss replacement
- Personal Property and equipment loss
- Emergency Vacation Expense Coverage
Ask a Weber Insurance representative for more information! *Not all carriers offer all services, contact Weber Insurance for additional options
Weber Insurance Corporation keeps you rolling
So go ahead, hit the open road and explore the country. Rest assured, Weber Insurance has you in the right Recreational Vehicle Insurance policy. Contact us now to start your Recreational Vehicle, RV, Travel Trailer, 5th Wheel or Camper quote today!
RV Safety Tips
Avoid any delays and unexpected problems when you take your recreational vehicle out for what should be a relaxing trip. Follow some of our suggestions below, and consider investing in some maintenance and safety classes to help ensure happy travels.
Take Care of Your Tires
- Check your tire pressure before setting out on the road, while they’re still cold
- Never exceed the maximum tire pressure indicated on your tire sidewalls or your owner’s manual
- Keep tires covered to protect them from the sun and weather when you’re not traveling
Weigh Your RV and Tow Vehicle
Find a certified platform scale and get weighed to make sure weight is properly distributed and that you are within legal weight limits. Fully load your RV with passengers, cargo, fuel, personal belongings and full fresh water and propane tanks to get an accurate weight.
Understand Propane and Gas Systems
Inspect your propane and gas systems every spring for leaks and proper appliance operating pressure. Be sure you know how your RV alerts you to leaks, and know what to do if one occurs. Here are some easy things to do if you smell gas or propane:
- Extinguish any open flames and pilot lights
- Do not touch electrical switches
- Shut off gas supply at the tank valve(s) or gas supply connection
- Open the doors and windows and leave until the smell clears
- Have the gas system checked and repaired by a qualified technician before using again
Use the Onboard Generator Sparingly
The onboard generator gives you extra power when there’s no shore power available, but be wary of carbon monoxide.
- Never sleep with the generator running, and before you start the generator inspect the exhaust system
- Test the carbon monoxide detector, and know the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning so you can watch out for it
With Weber Insurance Corporation, it’s fun on the road all the way!
With Recreational Vehicle (RV) Insurance policy from Weber Insurance Corporation, you can rest easy knowing we’ve got you covered!
Call 888-860-0400 or Click today to find out additional ways Weber Insurance Corporation can save you money on Recreational Vehicle (RV) Insurance.