If I buy an RV, can I insure my adult children and their spouses to drive it? They do not live in my home.
I’m considering buying an RV that the entire family can enjoy. I want to insure it so that anyone who wants to drive it can. Can I add them as drivers even if they don’t live in my home?
Yes, you can list drivers on your policy that do not share your address. For drivers who will be behind the wheel frequently, I would list them by name on your RV insurance policy. As in the nature of RV use, people are likely to drive for long stretches of time, which means more exposure to the vulnerabilities of the road. It is best if they are named drivers on your policy in the event of an accident.