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RV Dealer Grande Prairie - RV rental insurance is a special type of insurance necessary for recreational vehicles. The coverage is most normally provided and paid for on a short term basis when renting either a motorized or towable recreational vehicle. It could also be bought for a motor vehicle which will be utilized as a shelter on a temporary basis. There are a variety of rental insurance policies available, that can cover conditions such as accidents, damages, vehicle losses, or personal injury. It could also be used to cover any personal effects or damages which can have occurred involving a recreational vehicle rental.

The most common situation wherein RV rental insurance is bought is for vacationing. It is common for campsites, along with recreational parking or storage companies, to require all rented vehicles to be covered with this particular type of insurance. Most dealers of recreational vehicles would require an additional motor vehicle to be to be insured prior to renting out an RV. As a matter of fact, the majority of states in the US have laws stating that rental insurance is mandatory when renting out an RV.

Recreational vehicle rental insurance can be bought on some levels since the type of insurance required will differ from place to place, depending on each province's laws, the rental policies of the company, or the coverage needed. The basic package commonly covers loss, damage, and personal injury. Other packages that are available could also include coverage for fire/flood damage and mechanical failures. Depending on the policy, the conditions would differ. Like for instance, the coverage for a motor vehicle that is damaged while driving it would vary from the coverage offered when it is damaged while being parked. It is usually possible to custom tailor the RV rental insurance to suit the needs of the individual or group while still maintaining the minimum requirements that are set within the rental agreement of the RV.

The best method for purchasing RV rental insurance is through independent insurance representatives or through a company. Nearly all insurance companies which offer auto or boat insurance would provide recreational vehicle insurance also. In some cases, these specialized policies are provided by the recreational vehicle renting companies, who would include the cost of the insurance together with the overall cost of renting out the motor vehicle. Depending on a customer's insurance company, it is possible to extend their car insurance to cover the RV.

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Grand Prairie is the main city within the northwestern part of the province of Alberta within Western Canada. It is named after the prairie, which was first occupied by the Beaver First Nation bands who began their trade with the North West Company at Dunvegan in the early 1800's. In the year 1910, the Grand Prairie Townsite was sub-divided, and in the year 1912, it included a post office, a hotel, a land office, and a bank. During the year 1911, the Edson Trail to Grand Pairie from Edson was opened to help settlers reach Grande Prairie. This move led to the development of large scale settlements within the area, moving it further compared to other major farming regions in southern Canada. In the year 1914, Grande Prairie was incorporated as a village by the Province of Alberta...
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