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why do i need boat insurance

Why Do I Need Boat Insurance? What Does It Cover?

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It’s true that most states do not require you to carry Boat Insurance. However, your boat is a valuable asset, much like your car or recreational vehicle. So, why wouldn’t you want to protect it with insurance? Think about what would happen if your boat hits another watercraft, is vandalized in storage or gets stolen. Without Boat Insurance, you’d end up paying hundreds or even thousands of dollars out of your pocket for those losses.Read More »Why Do I Need Boat Insurance? What Does It Cover?

Truly Living in Your RV in California

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In recent years, California has become a popular state to park your RV. Whether it’s for a weekend getaway, month-long vacation or full-time residency, California has so much to offer. From sunny skies and sandy beaches to mountain tops and stunning lakes, there are so many places to explore in the Golden State. Why wouldn’t you want to go RVing full-time and permanently live in the great outdoors of California?Read More »Truly Living in Your RV in California

The New Generation of RVers: Breaking the Mold on an American Tradition

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If you think that millennials are just sitting at home on their iPhones all day—think again. Interestingly enough, the younger generation of 18 to 34-year olds are very into exploring the great outdoors. Campground spaces and RV sales have steadily increased over the past few years, with millennials making up 38% of campers in the U.S. This has also caused a huge growth in the RV industry. In fact, RV shipments are expected to surge to their highest level ever according to a forecast by the Recreation Vehicle Industry Association. Typically, baby boomers, or those ages 51 to 69, are considered the largest group of RVers. But watch out RV world—millennials might be taking over.Read More »The New Generation of RVers: Breaking the Mold on an American Tradition