One type of RV that is becoming increasingly popular is the bus conversion RV. There are many positives to investing in a bus conversion. All you have to do is be willing to put in the work.Read More »Bus Conversions: What You Need to Consider Before Buying a Bus
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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
You may wonder why it’s better to go through an insurance agency rather than going directly to a carrier. Well, one of the main reasons is because everyone needs different types of insurance at different stages in their lives. A relationship with a reliable and reputable agency can be beneficial for your entire lifetime. Read More »The Coverage Cycle: All the Insurance You Need in a Lifetime
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If you’ve just purchased — or are considering buying — a travel trailer, you’re certainly not alone in wondering about travel trailer insurance. RV travel has become increasingly… Read More »What’s the Best Insurance Coverage for Your Travel Trailer?
Nothing says freedom quite like a recreational vehicle. Having the ability to travel from one place to another and still enjoy the comforts of home is very appealing. Whether you intend to explore locally or take a road trip across America, mishaps happen. That’s why you require some protection. While some personal Auto Insurance policies allow you to add an RV, you should first consider the specialty coverage that comes with RV Insurance. As you begin your search for the right RV Insurance policy, below are five questions that to ask first.Read More »5 Questions to Ask Before You Buy RV Insurance
Here’s a question: what do yachting near San Diego, fishing in Yosemite National Park, sailing in Marina Del Rey, and waterskiing on the Sacramento River have in common – other than they’re all boating activities in California? Answer: They’re all situations where having boat insurance is a smart idea.Read More »5 Tips on Getting the Right California Boat Insurance