RVs and Campers

St. Louis RV DealerThe big decision to buy a new or used recreational vehicle is a major one for a lot of reasons. To start with, there’s the new vehicle payment as well its potential effect on your budget that you need to consider. Then, there’s also the safety of the new car to explore. You need also to be familiar about the mechanical stability of the used and new vehicle, and lastly, you need to think about its possible insurance costs. Whether you believe it or not, each of these factors is easy to assess. You can simplify your budget to accommodate the car payment, you can search for consumer reports and studies to check how the car fared in safety tests or maybe you can bring your car to your mechanic so he can look over prior to deciding to make the purchase.

RV Dealers in St. Louis

Apache Village RV Sales     314-895-4567                  Bourbon RV Center    573-732-5100

Byerly RV                            636-938-2000                 Camper Exchange Inc.  618-233-2876

Colman’s                             618-254-1180                     Edward’s Equipment  618-233-2185

Midstate Camper Sales      314-487-8000                St. Louis RV  314-266-6628

Van City RV  800-467-3905

However, how can you make certain the RV you are purchasing will have competitive insurance rates? This might seem like a much wider process than accommodating the other considerations; however, it is really as simple. Here are some ideas you can have:

Check the safety features of the RVThis is a step, which you are done doing to guarantee the safety of your family. However, it can twice over as an insurance premium control factor. In fact, the safety feature in the RV you buy will help lessen you auto insurance since they will decrease the chance of injury and accident. Make sure to look for features such as:

–          Pre-collision system             Anti-lock brakes           Daytime running lamps

–          Front and side airbags   –          Traction controls and vehicle stability systems  –          Shoulder and lap safety belts

Check the theft rates.You will find some vehicles, which are really famous with thieves while some ignored by them relatively. Make sure that you check at auto theft statistics to see when any of the automobiles you have chosen are extremely sought after by thieves.

Check for comparable models: After you narrow down your best choices on safety features and theft probability, you can also do some comparison shopping online to see less expensive models of RV with similar theft and safety ratings. Doing this will enable you to have lesser limits on your car insurance policy that will lessen your car insurance premiums.

Contact agents for quotes: After you have decided which brand of RV you’re interested in, don’t forget to call your auto insurance company and ask them to offer you a rate quote for your RV. While the rate quote might vary from your final premium, asking a rate quote comparison is an excellent way to get some idea.

Ensure to be savvy about buying your RV as not doing so will result in the high insurance premium, which you can’t avail. The worst decision you could make as an RV shopper is to fall in love with it and purchase it without doing all the essential research.