Affordable RV Insurance Quotes
We offer fast, cheap, and competitive recreational vehicle (RV) insurance quotes for residents of Raleigh, Cary, Garner, and the surrounding areas. Don’t waste hours online or on the phone – let us do the work for you! Our specialists work hard to offer top-quality customer service and will find the right custom insurance coverage for your individual needs at the best possible price.
Cheap Insurance Rates for RV’s
Insurance Doctor of Raleigh, NC’s recreational vehicle specialists know RVers bump into lots of one-of-a-kind situations on the road. We know you want to live your exciting RV lifestyle safely and securely, whether it’s an RV, camper, motor home, or travel trailer. Our team has you covered! We’ll help you find the best RV insurance coverage for your needs so you can hit the road with confidence. We keep a constant eye on changes in the recreational vehicle insurance industry to ensure that our customers get outstanding deals on tailored policy solutions that suit their needs perfectly.
Do you need insurance for your RV?
In North Carolina, liability insurance is required when driving your RV, motor home, camper, or travel trailer. You’ll also need uninsured motorist coverage to protect yourself and others each and every time you hit the road in your specialty vehicle. Our team will find the ideal policy for your needs, including campsite and vacation coverage, towing and roadside assistance, or even equipment protection.
How much does RV insurance cost?
Minimum coverage should be between $30-60,000 in bodily injury liability and $25,000 for property damage, but it’s recommended to purchase as much coverage as you are able to afford. Carrying a higher deductible may potentially make your insurance cost less. Though the added protection may be appealing, carrying higher liability limits could leave your insurance costing more. We can help you decide which is the best choice for you.
Taking a defensive driver course, storing your recreational vehicle in a safe and secure place, deciding how you use your RV, changing your deductible, or having a commercial driver’s license may also lower your total bill or get you a better insurance rate.