The Basics of Recreational Vehicle Insurance

Here at 1st American Insurance Agency in Longmont, CO, we want you to enjoy your time on the road and on vacation. That’s why we want to make sure you have the recreational vehicle insurance you need to meet the insurance requirements of the state of Colorado. Like all the other states in the US except Hawaii, the state of Colorado requires vehicles on its roads to carry insurance. You probably already carry automotive insurance. Colorado requires the same level auto insurance for RVs as for your truck or car.  You will need at a minimum the following policies:

  • bodily injury liability (BI) of $25,000 per person and $50,000 per accident for bodily injury,
  • property damage liability (PD) of $15,000 per accident,
  • uninsured/underinsured motorist (UM/UIM) of $25,000 per person and $50,000 per accident for bodily injury.

These coverages ensure that you will be able to pay for damages to another person’s vehicle when you cause an accident and that you will be able to pay for their medical costs. The uninsured component means that when you are hit by a motorist who does not carry insurance or does not carry enough to cover your damages, you can pay for it yourself through insurance. This insurance covers your medical bills and it covers your vehicle damages.

You might also want collision or comprehensive insurance for your RV. It is a huge investment to purchase a recreational vehicle. It makes sense to protect it.

At 1st American Insurance Agency, we understand how confusing insurance can be, especially if it is your first time purchasing it. We want to make the process easier. Our insurance agents will happily sit down with you and review your needs. We can help you determine what level of coverage you really need because sometimes the minimum just is not enough.