RV trips are supposed to be fun and adventurous. There is nothing more adventurous, but also unwelcome, than a fire, flood or theft. If any or all of these, can be avoided, they should be. Fire, flood and theft can be incredibly damaging physically and emotionally for RV owners.
Fortunately, KADAIR Insurance in Connecticut can help you insure against all of these potential threats.
Fire Fire is a rare but serious threat to RV owners in Connecticut. A fire can not only interrupt but also destroy an RV. Fire can also travel very quickly throughout an RV. Fire itself may not be not be as damaging as the smoke that result from the fire. Smoke causes a lot of damage. Ash and smoke can result in corrosion, discoloration and odors, the smoke itself can choke individuals, and cause permanent damage within the RV. Extensive and permanent damage to the RV can result from the smoke and residue resulting from the smoke.
Flooding is not fun whether you live in a motorhome, or whether you live in or travel in an RV. Flooding can happen for a number of reasons. Fortunately, flood insurance is available and can protect your RV and the contents within from any type of damage caused by flooding, rainstorms and high water.
Very rarely, you may experience theft. While rare, theft can be devastating, An RV replacement policy can protect you in the event your motor home or RV is stolen or damaged when stolen and recovered. Theft replacement coverage can be partial or comprehensive.
An RV insurance specialist at KADAIR Insurance in Connecticut talk with you about the various types of coverage plans to review what is best for you, your lifestyle and your needs.
Sometimes the best way to protect your RV is via prevention. What can you do for example, to protect your RV from fire? Think about the many things that place your RV at risk for fire. If using a stove, always check to make sure your RV is turned off at night and prior to exiting.
If using heating devices like blankets or portable devices, also be sure to turn them off prior to leaving. Never leave lighters or matches out and available where children can access them.
If you are in an area prone to flooding, look to part your RV in a higher region that will protect your RV from excess water. Anti-theft devices are also available to help reduce your risk of theft.