We offer extensive coverage for all your RV needs to help you focus on the road ahead. Learn more about the unique coverages we offer below, then contact a local independent agent to discuss the right RV coverage for you.
We offer so many more coverage options at Safeco. Connect with a licensed independent agent near you to determine the best coverage options for your RV.
Remain claim-free and we’ll reduce your collision deductible by $100 with each annual policy renewal.8
The deductible will continue to decrease for up to five years or until the $500 maximum is reached and you must be enrolled in Collision Insurance to be eligible.
Looking for answers? Browse the most frequently asked questions below, or contact an agent to discuss motorhome insurance today.
You can get liability and physical damage coverage for your trailer, camper or motorhome simply by adding it to your policy, but there are many potential coverage gaps if you don't have special RV coverage.
You would receive only actual cash value for your trailer, motorhome or camper. Most likely you wouldn't have coverage for your personal property, awnings, generators and other equipment. Plus, you wouldn't have vacation liability coverage, which protects you in case someone is hurt in or around your RV, and other valuable coverages.
No, your RV can be insured by itself. However, if you insure your RV and car on the same policy, you can get a multi-vehicle discount on your premiums. You will receive an additional discount if you insure your home, condo, or apartment with Safeco.
Safeco can insure almost any recreational vehicle. This includes Class A, B, and C motorhomes with values up to $1 million.
We also cover fifth wheels and conventional camper trailers, pop-up campers, truck-mounted campers, toy haulers, and utility and horse trailers valued at up to $300,000. However, these values may vary from state to state.
No. Safeco RV Insurance covers vehicles used for personal recreation only. We do not offer coverage for any RV driven or towed to and from work or a work location, including any RV used by touring entertainers, construction workers, and race car drivers.
If you use your RV for fewer than 250 days per year, Safeco RV insurance has you covered.