Recreational Insurance

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Biking is a great way to get around and it is great exercise. It is also very easy to practice social distancing while you explore the state. Here are some of Rhode Island’s most treasured bike paths for you to enjoy. Blackstone River Bikeway This bike path covers 17 miles from Woonsocket to Cumberland, but… Read more »

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Don’t base insurance decisions solely on whether insurance is mandated or not. Your “need” for camper insurance should be based on what you’ve invested and what you could potentially lose. Saving a few bucks now could lead to substantial financial loss and potentially affect your future, too. Vehicle Types The word “camper” is used to… Read more »

clock February 20, 2020 comments No Comments flowchart Automobile InsuranceHomeowners InsuranceOur BlogRecreational InsuranceRenters InsuranceUmbrella Insurance tag Saving Money

Many people use different insurance companies for each need. For instance, they might buy their auto and home insurance from two different companies, because they liked the initial price. They may also automatically renew without considering whether they’re getting the best coverage for the price and whether the insurance they’re paying for actually meets their… Read more »

clock August 6, 2019 comments No Comments flowchart Our BlogRecreational Insurance tag Liability

Summer’s here and it’s time to enjoy your boat. However, you also need to consider whether you and your boat are well-protected. Here are 7 things you need to know about boat insurance so you can spend worry-free time on the water. Don’t Rely on Your Homeowner’s Policy Many boat owners mistakenly believe their Rhode… Read more »

clock June 20, 2019 comments No Comments flowchart Our BlogRecreational Insurance tag

Recreational vehicles include motorhomes, travel trailers, campers, fifth wheels, and more. Since these vehicles differ greatly, so do their insurance requirements. Basic RV Insurance Rule So how do you know whether you need insurance for your RV? The basic rule is that insurance is usually optional for towed, self-contained vehicles. Vehicles that you drive from… Read more »

clock July 10, 2018 comments No Comments flowchart Automobile InsuranceOur BlogRecreational Insurance tag Liability

Whether you have a modest travel trailer or a larger-than-life home on wheels, you need proper insurance coverage. It’s not just about the value of your RV either. You need to consider everything you store inside of your RV, too. Explore your insurance options for a worry-free travel season. Automobile vs. Separate Policy Unfortunately, up… Read more »

clock June 21, 2018 comments No Comments flowchart Our BlogRecreational Insurance tag LiabilitySafety

Before you get that boat out onto the water, make sure you understand proper boating etiquette. Follow these basics to avoid offending others and to create a more enjoyable and safer experiences for everyone. Know The Rules When you’re well-informed and understand boat safetyboat safety you’re less likely to have an accident and you’ll enjoy… Read more »

clock August 23, 2016 comments No Comments flowchart Our BlogRecreational Insurance tag Safety

Boats are great, but you’ll want to stay safe while you’re on the water. Review these safety tips and you’re sure to have fun with friends and family while out on the waves. Inspect Your Boat An important element of water safety is the sea-worthiness of your craft. You’ll want to check everything before your… Read more »

clock November 4, 2014 comments No Comments flowchart Homeowners InsuranceOur BlogRecreational Insurance tag ChildrenLiabilitySafety

Why does my insurance company care if I have a trampoline? Point blank- Insurance companies aren’t crazy about insuring homes with trampolines because of safety issues. We hear it all the time: “Our children begged for a trampoline so we finally gave in. We can’t get rid of it now!” Unfortunately, while a trampoline may… Read more »

No, we aren’t referring to a three-ring binder! In the “insurance world”, a binder is temporary proof of insurance, typically used for a short period of time while a policy is pending issuance or a change to a policy is being processed. While a binder is usually a piece of paper, binders can also be… Read more »