A trailer can include a camper that is pulled behind your vehicle, boat trailers, and horse trailers. Because of this, trailers are typically included under a normal auto policy with coverage similar to that of a regular vehicle, such as comprehensive and collision.
An RV, however, requires its own separate policy. Much like an auto policy, these policies insure bodily injury liability, property damage liability, personal injury protection and medical payments, uninsured and underinsured motorists, comprehensive and collision. Also, if interested, there are additional coverage options, such as roadside assistance and personal property.
If you are interested in receiving an RV or trailer quote from us, contact us via phone (877) 892-4565, or email ScottReed@Shop2Insure.com.