• [Roadmaster Logo]
  • [Northwood Logo]
  • [RVibrake]
  • [Pleasure Way Logo
  • [Leisure Travel Vans Logo]
  • [Progressive Insurance Logo]
  • [RVT.com Logo]
  • [Lance Camper Logo]
  • [Safe T-Plus Logo]
  • [Coach House Logo]
  • [EEZ RV Products Logo]
  • [Geico Logo]
  • [Heartland RV Logo]
  • [Hensley/McKesh Mirror Logo]
  • [Highland Ridge RV Logo]
  • [Roadtrek Logo]
  • [Newmar Logo]
  • [Hymer Logo]
  • [Thor Motor Coach Logo]
  • [Truma Corp Logo]
  • [Suntrust Logo]
  • [KZ Logo]
  • [ADCO Logo]
  • [Spartan Power Logo]
  • [Winegard Logo]
  • [Icon Direct Logo]
  • [Lippert Components Logo]
  • [AP Products Logo]
  • [Oliver Travel Trailers Logo]
  • [CalMark Logo]
  • [Torklift Logo]
  • [Camco Logo]
  • [Phoenix USA Logo]
  • [Equal-i-zer Logo]
  • [Starcraft RV Logo]
  • [Blue Ox Logo]

RV Insurance Options

Sooner or later, recreational-vehicle owners learn that there's a big difference between the kind of insurance they can obtain from standard automobile-insurance carriers and the insurance provided by specialty RV-insurance companies.

RVs have a lot of extra pieces and moving parts that aren't on your car. Generators, slideouts, awnings etc. are all things that could be damaged but may not be covered by regular auto insurance.

Having an RV emergency is not the time to find out you have inadequate insurance coverage. Think about the situations you would likely encounter on the road and buy coverage accordingly. You may not need a large security blanket for peace-of-mind. It all depends on how frequently, how far and where you travel.

The RV experts at the Good Sam Club have teamed up with GMAC Insurance (America's #1 RV Insurance Specialist) to offer the Good Sam Vehicle Insurance Plan.

Learn more about Good Sam VIP coverage.