What does motor home insurance cover?

The state of Alabama requires all drivers to show proof of auto insurance that pays at least $50,000 for bodily injury and a minimum of $25,000 for property damage per accident. The law requires drivers to have bodily injury coverage that pays at least $25,000 per person if only one individual was injured in an at-fault accident. 

Your motor home insurance should provide the minimum coverage as required by state law. The agents at Will Wright Agency Inc. in Decatur, AL can help you find an indemnity policy that provides the financial security you need to drive with ease. 

What does motorhome insurance cover?

The average motorhome insurance plan pays for costs associated with accidents as well as property damage that RV drivers cause in at-fault accidents. Coverage may not extend to appliances in the vehicle and instances where the RV is destroyed at a campsite. RV owners need to purchase additional coverage to pay for such incidents. 

How much does RV insurance cost?

RV insurance premiums can range from $1,000 to $2,000 per term. The exact amount that you will pay for a motorhome indemnity policy depends on a number of factors not limited to:

  • The year and make of your motorhome. New RVs may cost more to insure because of advanced features that are expensive to fix when damaged. 

  • Your driving record. Those with few accidents and citations may pay less than drivers with several infractions. 

  • The primary location of your RV. You may pay more if you live in certain regions of Decatur, AL due to crime and accident rates. 

It is best to speak with an insurance agent at Will Wright Agency Inc. if you want to know how much you will pay for motorhome insurance every month. Call today to get started with a quote on RV insurance in Alabama or Tennessee.