Yes, if you own a drivable recreational vehicle in Maryland, then you are required to carry minimum liability insurance. Additionally, every RV needs to be titled and registered in the same process that you may have done so for your personal vehicle. Bear in mind that due to the size of your RV, the registration tax and fees owed will likely be higher than a standard traditional car. The vast majority of RVs fall into three categories - Class A, Class B, and Class C - with each covering a different model or size of recreational vehicle. If you are unsure of what type of insurance is required for your RV, give ACG Services LLC a call, and we’ll help you determine the perfect policy for your needs.
Similar to your personal auto insurance policy, RV insurance covers much of the same components to include liability, collision, and comprehensive coverage. Since an RV is far more expensive than a traditional vehicle and much larger, it is crucial to have adequate coverage to protect yourself, your assets, and any occupants in the event of an accident. If interested, you can also purchase RV insurance that includes things like towing and roadside coverage, emergency expense coverage, campsite coverage, and total loss replacement coverage. If this sounds overwhelming to you, don’t worry - we’ll walk you through all your options, answer your questions and provide you a policy that makes sense for your needs.
At ACG Services LLC in Maryland, we want to be your one-stop-shop for your insurance needs. From answering all your questions to assisting in selecting a policy, our friendly and knowledgeable staff knows the RV insurance industry like the back of their hands. Give us a call today and schedule time to stop by our office to discuss all your insurance needs.