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Spokane, WA 99201

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RV Insurance in Washington

Recreational vehicles add tons of fun to family outings and everyday play. Having these RVs covered sufficiently will ultimately add to your enjoyment of the vehicle as well as add peace of mind.

What Qualifies as an RV?

RV, which stands for the recreational vehicle, can include all-terrain vehicles, dirt bikes, campers, boats, and watercraft. If you are unsure if a vehicle qualifies as an RV in Washington, you can contact Western Insurance Associates serving Spokane WA and surrounding areas.

Why is RV Insurance Important?

RV insurance is important because RVs are often used in unlikely environments and therefore have their own special set of risks involved. Not only are there increased chances of damage to these vehicles, but there is also an increased chance of injury to persons using these vehicles.

What is At Risk?

Without insurance, you are putting at risk your investment into the vehicle. If damage befalls the vehicle and it is not sufficiently covered, then you will lose the value of this vehicle. Any repairs or replacement will come out of your pocket. Without insurance you are also at risk of liability if someone is injured using the vehicle or because of the vehicle. Because RVs are often used in a very active way, the chances of injury are great. If someone is injured using your RV, then you will be held personally liable for any costs of lawsuits which may follow. This could mean significant financial risk to you and your family in the event of an injury.

If you would like to learn more about how to cover your RVs, please contact our friendly staff at Western Insurance Associates serving Spokane, WA. We can help you navigate the ins and outs of RV coverage in Washington.


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