This topic is to inform potential renters of the insurance "issues" that may arise from renting older RVs. You will see all over their site that you are 100% covered for insurance with your rental. While this is true with all units that are model year 2000 or newer, however if the unit that you are considering is older than that it is not covered by their liability insurance. This is only found in the depths of the FAQ and in the Community forum where most users do not tend to go.
The next option is to then get a binder on your existing auto insurance policy. Well there are only about 6 companies of the 30-40 auto insurance companies that do this. So if you are lucky, you are ok.
Auto Insurance Companies Offering Free RV Rental Binders:
Auto Insurance Companies NOT Offering RV Rental Binders:
Most "off brand" policies (e-surance, Freeway, Fred Loya, etc..)
Typically the Owner will not be able to add you as a driver unless they have a commercial policy. So you are now left to third party vendors, which I have yet to find any.
Looking for help from Owners and previous renters who have run into this problem in the past. What was your solution?
Outdoorsy do you have any thoughts?
Thanks in advance.