Camping is a great activity nationwide, no matter if you are in California or in Maryland. For as fun as it is, there are a lot of precautions that you must take before you go out. Specifically, if you are bringing a recreational vehicle out on the road, you need to make sure that you have the proper insurance to legally drive it. Every state handles insurance and registration differently, which can complicate things beyond a point that is reasonable. That’s where Ramsey Insurance comes in, to clear up all of the vague details.
In order to drive an RV, you of course need to have basic automobile insurance, so at least in that respect it is not too much of a hassle to get your RV properly insured. However, there are absolutely some extra layers involved in getting everything set up. In addition to proper automobile insurance, you will be expected to pay an extra fee to get your RV registered. How much extra you will need to pay is ultimately up to a variety of factors, which could put off people from caring to get an RV in the first place. If you are an RV owner without proper insurance or merely a prospective RV owner, we at Ramsey Insurance will – in a matter of minutes – check into your insurance needs in order to figure out the proper level of automobile insurance you need and to help you figure out how much you will need to spend to register your RV.
There are a lot of questions that an RV owner (or would-be RV owner) may have about insuring an RV. If you have any of them, you can shoot them our way by contacting Ramsey Insurance either through our website or by phone at (410) 266-9363 and we will answer them to the best of our abilities.