Risk Reduction for Motorhome Owners

When out on the road, motorhomes face many risks, many of which can be minimized. These risks include being robbed, having your motorhome stolen, or getting into an accident. However, there are several things Detroit, MI motorhome owners can do to reduce their risks while out on the open road and keep themselves and their loved ones safe. These risk reduction tips are explained below. 

To learn how the below risks affect your motorhome insurance, give us a call at Premier Insurance Agency. 

Risk of Theft

While out on the road, you are at risk of being robbed or a burglar breaking into your motorhome. To reduce this risk, install an anti-theft system or alarm. Other ways to reduce the risk of theft are to keep your doors locked and put away anything that may attract a burglar’s attention. Finally, park your motorhome in protected or well-lit areas for added protection. 

Driving Risks

While driving, there are some risks you may encounter in your motorhome, including hazards on the road. To reduce these risks while driving, do the following before getting behind the wheel: 

  • Check headlights and taillights
  • Check tire pressure
  • Clean all windows
  • Ensure mirrors are secure
  • Secure cabinets inside the motorhome
  • Verify height and drive accordingly
  • Check safety and emergency equipment

Before heading out on the open road, take your motorhome in for an inspection in Detroit, MI. Have the mechanic check the brakes and look for any potential mechanical problems. 

To completely protect your motorhome, you need to purchase specifically designed insurance. Our agents at Premier Insurance Agency can provide you with information about motorhome insurance and help you buy a policy that fits your needs.