Here at National Mobile Home Insurance, we know that you have move to cover than just your home. As insurance experts we also know that bundling your insurance policies with your Mobile home insurance is a way to not only get a discount, but to simplify your life. Whether you have Autos, RV’s, Motorcycles, Boats, Flood Insurance, or Personal Umbrella Insurance We can cover you! Each type of insurance has special needs to make sure that you are fully covered. Read more below to see how we can help you bundle your Mobile Home Insurance.
Auto insurance protects you financially in the case of damage to your car or injuries during an auto accident. When you are choosing auto insurance, there are a few things to consider. These factors include your state’s mandatory coverage minimums and the level of liability coverage you want to carry. Of course, it’s also important to find a plan that fits your budget. That means looking at both premiums and deductibles when you select your policy. Premiums are your regular payments for insurance coverage, and deductibles are payments taken at the time of an accident or injury claim. Read More on our Auto Insurance Page.
RVs, motorcycles, and boats aren’t like other, more traditional modes of transportation. That’s why they aren’t covered by traditional insurance policies. Instead, they require their own policies that address the unique kinds of risks these vehicles face. Some of these types of insurance are required by law in certain states, but even when they are not, it’s always a good idea to make sure you have adequate coverage so you can stay protected. If you don’t have insurance on these vehicles or have been thinking that maybe they are covered under other policies you have, you are putting your investments at risk. Here, we take a closer look at RV, boat, and motorcycle insurance. Read More on our RV, Motorcycle and Boat Insurance Page.
Flood insurance is probably the most misunderstood kind of homeowner’s coverage. For mobile homeowners, this type of insurance can be even trickier to navigate. However, going without flood insurance is a risk that homeowners just shouldn’t take. If a flood does occur, you could face major losses—in fact, a flood can easily lead to the total loss of your home and all of its contents. Read more on our Flood insurance Page.
When you buy insurance, you probably don’t want to think about a scenario in which you won’t be covered. Unfortunately, it can happen. If it does, you could face serious financial difficulties even after maxing out your insurance benefits. Personal umbrella insurance protects you when this happens. It covers the difference between damages you’re responsible for paying and the maximum amount of insurance coverage that you have. Read more on our Personal Umbrella Insurance Page.