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How To Prepare for a Camping Trip!

Summer is the perfect time to enjoy the great outdoors. Camping trips are a fun way to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Camping is a time to forget about the gripes of the day to day, so make sure that you are prepared for inconveniences along the way. With a bit of prep, those minor... Read More

Insurance Guide to Travel

A fresh new year can mean a vision for a new you. Sometimes it isn’t just a resolution to lose weight or quit smoking; it may be something a little bit more exciting. Traveling more is popular New Year's Resolution, and now that it is summer, vacation plans are in sight. However you aspire to travel, by plane, train, or car,... Read More

Video Mondays: Insurance for an RV

Other than car insurance what kind of insurance may you need to know more about for your tailgating? If you are lucky enough to be tailgating in an RV, you will want to make sure you have enough RV Insurance. Everything from a pop-up trailer to an RV needs to be insured. Find out more information in this flashback video... Read More

RV Insurance Before You Hit the Road!

There are plenty of great destinations for a summer vacation for the family, but why not really go on an adventure? Instead of flying to your summer vacation and booking a hotel, you can always rent an RV and take a road trip to get there. It’s all about the journey, not the destination right? Maybe the kids will hesitate at... Read More

I Bought an RV…Now What?

Do you have an RV? Well, there is no better time to take that road trip than summer. Pack up the family, the supplies, the food, and most importantly your GPS because it is time to hit the road. Whether you are going cross country or just visiting family a state over, there may be something you are forgetting. Make... Read More

Do you have an RV? Well, there is no better time to take that road trip than summer. Pack up the family, the supplies, the food, and most importantly your GPS because it is time to hit the road. Whether you are going cross country or just visiting family a state over, there may be something you are forgetting. Make sure you have a great RV insurance policy to keep you and the family covered as you embark on your next journey!

Camper Insurance

Let’s face it; your RV is more than just a vehicle. You may still have the structure and passengers to
protect, like your vehicle, but there is so much more than that when it comes to your recreational vehicle. Your RV is home to everything you need for life on the road including whatever you may need for cooking, entertainment, sleeping, etc. RV Insurance can protect several different types of vehicles, including motor vehicles and campers so if you aren’t sure if an RV policy is right for you, give our agents a call at 888.865.1244! They can also help make sure your RV insurance has the right amount of coverage with a policy to fit your needs.

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RV Insurance for Your Next Great Adventure!

Everybody knows a little bit about home and auto insurance but here’s the trick: which one do you pick to insure your home on wheels? The answer is neither, you need RV insurance! Unlike a home or a car you probably don’t use your travel trailer every day all year long. When you do have your travel trailer in tow you... Read More

Everybody knows a little bit about home and auto insurance but here’s the trick: which one do you pick to insure your home on wheels? The answer is neither, you need RV insurance! Unlike a home or a car you probably don’t use your travel trailer every day all year long. When you do have your travel trailer in tow you need to consider all sorts of damages and obstructions that may occur whether you’re camping or on the open road.  If you have a travel trailer, don’t try and lump it into a home or auto insurance policy when RV insurance is tailored to cover your travel trailer for what you need and nothing more.

No need to get bogged down trying to figure out how to insure your travel trailer. Save time and money and contact your local Connecticut insurance agent today for a policy that fits your needs. If you are considering buying a camper and are still unsure if it’s the right decision, check out some of the pros and cons for a beginner camper to consider.

Pros:

  • Running water and electricity
  • More privacy
  • Permanent storage for camping hear
  • Shelter from the weather

Cons:

  • Can’t tow a boat at the same time as a camper
  • Poorer gas mileage
  • Cost
  • Need for a tow vehicle
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Insurance for your RV and a Fun Summer!

More and more campgrounds are going to be opening for the season, which means we’ll be seeing more and more RVs on the road. Growing up, my grandparents took us grandkids a lot of places in their RV. I have a lot of really great memories of going to Hershey, PA; Myrtle Beach, SC; and even Orlando, FL. They loved... Read More