RV & Motorcycle

Recreational Vehicles

Recreational Vehicles (RVs) are a unique hybrid of vacation and domestication. Which means you should protect them as both a home and an automobile. Whether you own a motor home or travel trailer, knowing a few things first will help you relax and enjoy the scenery.

At a Glance

Here are a few of the tips you’ll learn about enjoying your recreational vehicle safely:

  • Safety equipment, off-street parking, and a clean driving record can save you money
  • Tire maintenance is important for safety
  • Understand how important total weight is for your RV
  • Why it’s critical to be familiar with your propane and gas systems
  • Be careful about carbon monoxide poisoning and your onboard generator



The rush of wind at your back. The confidence of safety at your side. Freedom combined with saving money is an unparalleled feeling.

At a Glance

If you own a motorcycle already or are shopping for one, safe riding and insurance coverage should be two of your main concerns. So, go ahead. Lean into those curves, and enjoy the ride. Here are some helpful tips for you to consider:

  • Make sure new riding gear and custom parts are covered under your policy
  • A Motorcycle Safety Foundation course could save you money
  • Part of a riding group? You could get an insurance discount
  • Ditto on storing your bike in a garage or adding safety equipment