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Like many industry-leading insurers, Nationwide has decades of experience. Founded in 1925 by Murray D. Lincoln, the insurance company began serving farmers in Ohio and eventually grew into a Fortune 100 company. Nationwide offers investing, banking, and insurance services.
All the essential recreational vehicle features are covered by Nationwide.
Nationwide provides coverage for many situations and has become a household brand name. The insurance company also offers car insurance, renters insurance, and life insurance among their services. This means consumers can receive a multi-policy discount if they bundle their RV insurance policy with other policies from Nationwide.
Nationwide offers all the basic coverage options listed above. However, it also offers optional coverages so customers can customize their plans. One uncommon option Nationwide offers is safety glass replacement to replace windshields on a damaged recreational vehicle or motorhome.
What sets Nationwide apart from other RV insurance companies is its optional discounts. Drivers can lower their premiums by taking safety courses, joining RV associations, or maintaining continuous motorhome insurance coverage.
While many insurance companies don’t mention this rising trend, Nationwide notes that it can insure professional bus conversions, toy haulers, fifth wheels, and more. This flexibility might draw consumers with unconventional motorhomes or trailers.
RV owners in Hawaii and Alaska won’t be able to insure their RVs through Nationwide. Consumers from these states should look for other insurance companies that might cover their region.
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