What Happens If You Crash An RV Without Having Recreational Insurance?

Buford, GA and the surrounding area has a variety of campgrounds that make camping in an RV fun. However, we at Town & Country Insurance have noticed many of our customers are trying to drive these recreational vehicles without insurance. This is a huge mistake that will cost you if you get into an accident.

You May Be Breaking the Law

If you drive an RV without recreational insurance, there’s a good chance you are breaking the law. In Georgia, all vehicles that can be driven and which require registration must have insurance. So if your RV is driven, and not hauled, you’ll need insurance or you are breaking the law.

And since RV laws vary depending on the state, you may or may not need insurance for certain types of vehicles. It is a safe bet, though, that getting into a crash with an RV that you drive is going to be very problematic if you don’t have insurance.

Monetary Loses are Practically Guaranteed

Without proper recreational insurance, you are going to pay a lot of money in an accident. For example, you are likely to pay for medical coverage for those you have injured, repairs to their vehicle, the costs of replacing certain types of property, and much more.

These costs are only going to increase if you cause the accident. While your RV will be repaired by the insurance of another if they cause the accident, you may still get a ticket and have to pay a fine for failing to have insurance. It’s basically a lose-lose situation for you.

Getting the Help You Need

So if you live in the Buford, GA and want to protect yourself when driving an RV, please don’t hesitate to contact us at Town & Country Insurance. Our specialists will find a way to get you the high-quality recreational insurance you need to be protected and safe.