Protect your home away from home.

The unexpected is part of the thrill when you’re checking out the sights from your home on wheels. With RV insurance you can make sure that whatever comes your way, your property and passengers will be protected.

  • Bodily injury liability
    Protects you and other insured drivers if one of you injures someone in a covered accident that you're legally liable for.
  • Property damage liability
    Protects you and other insured drivers if one of you damages another person's property in a covered accident that you're legally liable for.
  • Collision coverage
    Helps pay for the damages when your RV is in a covered accident.
  • Comprehensive coverage
    Covers damage to your RV caused by non-collision losses, such as falling objects, fire, theft, vandalism and flood.
  • Personal effects coverage
    Covers personal property in your RV when it's damaged or destroyed as part of a covered collision or comprehensive loss.
  • Medical payments coverage
    Covers necessary medical treatment if you or your passengers get injured in a covered accident.
  • Personal injury protection coverage (PIP)
    Covers reasonable and necessary medical, rehab or funeral expenses if you or your passengers are in a covered accident. It even covers work loss, survivors' loss and essential services, like household maintenance. The coverage varies by state, and you might hear it called "no-fault" insurance.
  • Uninsured & underinsured motorist coverage
    Covers you if a driver who has no insurance causes injury to you or your passengers. It also applies if the driver doesn't have enough insurance to cover the damage they've caused you.
  • Towing and labor costs coverage
    Covers the cost of labor done on the spot and the cost of towing if your RV breaks down.
  • Total loss replacement
    Replaces your RV with a new one of the same model year and or newer and of the same value if your RV is totaled.
  • Vacation liability
    Provides liability protection if someone is injured in or around your RV while you are on vacation.
  • Emergency expense
    Provides coverage for travel expenses, such as transportation and hotel costs, if your RV becomes disabled due to a covered loss over 50 miles from home.
  • Full timer’s liability coverage
    Provides liability coverage, like homeowners, when the RV is used as a permanent residence more than six months per year.
  • Pet coverages
    Included with your policy, we provide coverage if your cat or dog is injured in an accident while in your RV.
  • Tow bar coverages
    Included with your policy. If your tow bar is damaged in a loss, there is coverage for that too.

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Deductibles and Limits

When purchasing RV insurance, it’s important to consider your coverage limits and deductibles. A coverage limit is the maximum amount Allstate will reimburse you for a covered loss. You can set your coverage limits when you buy an RV policy.

A deductible is what you pay out of pocket before coverage kicks in. Higher deductibles typically mean lower premiums, but you’d pay more out of pocket when filing a claim.