While most RV insurance companies have discounts available, it is not always the size of the discount that matters. For example; if a carrier gives a 25% discount to a $1,000 premium, you would pay $750. If a different carrier has a premium of $700 and no discounts, you would want the “no discount” policy. At Overland, we weigh all the costs and discounts of our carriers and present you with the best price.
The discounts offered will vary by Company and State. Some carriers will also limit the total amount of discounts that can be applied to their policy.Below are listed some common discounts found on RV insurance policies, but there is not one carrier that offers “all” of the discounts. When obtaining a quote, make sure we know which discounts apply to you.
*Airbag must deploy from steering wheel (not a chassis airbag)
**LPG Detector must include solenoid at tank turning off gas when leak detected
***Garaged is limited to a “metal skin” coach located in a hail prone area
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