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Anchor Insurance Offers Reliable RV Insurance

Recreational vehicles are ideal for travelers who crave flexibility while exploring everything this country has to offer. You can hit the open road in search of adventures in national parks or plan a trip that takes you to various sporting venues, among other vocations. But to protect your investment throughout any journey, you need RV insurance from Anchor Insurance. We will help you find a policy that suits the type of RV you own and the manner in which you plan to use it. If you are spending significant time on the road, RV insurance can be just as important as home or auto insurance. Call us today to learn more about available policies.

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Understanding What RV Insurance Covers

RV insurance is essential to safeguard you against any risks associated with highway travel. Many auto insurance elements are also present in RV insurance policies. Anchor Insurance has a team of experts available to assist you with coverage decisions, and we will be there for you if you ever have an accident. RV insurance policies may include collision, comprehensive, and liability coverage, as well as additional protection for any belongings you have on board. Depending on the scope of your policy, you may be eligible to receive:

  • Complete loss replacement coverage
  • Campsite and vacation coverage
  • Emergency expenses
  • Emergency roadside services
  • Uninsured and underinsured motorists coverage

We Can Help With Policies for All Classes of RVs

Before settling on any specific policy, it is important to note what type of recreational vehicle you own. RVs are organized by class, and your coverage plan should reflect the proper classification. The classes of RVs include:

  • Class A – Vehicles in this class may be up to 75 feet long and typically include luxury coaches, motor coaches, and converted buses.
  • Class B – The smallest class of recreational vehicles, this class includes camper vans, cargo vans, and travel trailers.
  • Class C – This class includes fifth-wheel vehicles as well as vehicles that use a standard cargo van as the driving portion but have a camper portion that extends over the cab.

Factors to Consider When Choosing RV Insurance

Anchor Insurance agents are proud to work with RV owners far and wide to find suitable, affordable coverage. We share a commitment to providing complete customer satisfaction during the buying and claims processes. To help you obtain the perfect policy, we will consider factors such as:

  • Your home state’s requirements
  • The class of your RV
  • Your destinations and whether you will cross state lines
  • Whether you will use your RV part-time or as a residence
  • Any custom features that may require higher repair costs

We Will Help Keep You Financially Afloat