If you’re fixing up an old RV in Austin, TX, you don’t really need to worry about insurance until you’re ready to take it out on the road. When that day comes, you’ll want to go ahead and give The Policy Source a call or contact them through their website and get covered, but until then, if your RV is not leaving your property, you can leave it uninsured until you need it.
Going without insurance will leave you without any protection should your RV be damaged, so if you’re not going to buy any insurance just yet, keep it somewhere safe. But legally, if it’s still got a lot of work to be done on it before it’s road-worthy, then you’ve still got plenty of time before you have to start thinking about RV insurance.
Fixer-upper projects can be kind of tricky. You might think you’re ready to roll, only to find out there are a good three months of engine work ahead of you before you’re willing to take it any farther than sixty miles. You’ll probably need coverage before you’re ready to take your RV out on a cross-country trip, anyway. Before heading all the way to Florida, you might want to do a test-drive to Houston to see how it’s running, in which case it can’t hurt to get covered early.
When you are ready to hit the road and take a break from Austin, TX, get in touch with The Policy Source and see what they can do to keep you safe and secure on your trip across the state, country or wherever it is that you want to go in your home away from home.