Outdoorsy is the only peer-to-peer RV rental platform to provide commercial insurance for qualified renters and owners renting on Outdoorsy when the owner’s personal RV insurance would not apply.
We’re proud to partner with Liberty Mutual to insure the safety of our renters and owners worldwide. Any renters traveling in the US (international or US-based) as well as US-based owners can rely on Liberty Mutual for protection. With offices around the world, Liberty supports our mission of providing high-quality insurance products and services to meet the needs of the Outdoorsy community.
Outdoorsy’s $1 million insurance protection program covers you, your vehicle and every approved renter in the case of any incidents. Rent worry-free knowing we’ve got you covered.
You’re also protected for any physical damage to your RV in the event of a collision or accident during the rental period, up to the actual cash value of your vehicle, with a maximum of $500,000.
Our insurance protection plans feature tiered deductibles depending on the value of the rented vehicle. The renter is responsible for the deductible, which can range from $1,500 to $3,000 on the Physical Damage and Comprehensive & Collision coverages in the event of a damage claim. The deductible is the responsibility of the renter.
Covered vehicles include: RVs, campervans, stationary and vintage trailers, non-mobile “destination campers”, travel trailers, fifth wheels, park models, towing vehicles, truck campers, conversion vans, Westfalias, VW campervans, and more.
This insurance is embedded in the rental process with no additional premiums or monthly fees. Outdoorsy’s insurance is fully integrated and requires no additional effort outside of basic vehicle information from the owner and a renter background check for each rental. Outdoorsy’s coverage extends to all 50 states, including Hawaii and Alaska, as well as vehicles traveling into Canada. (Our insurance does not extend into Mexico).
The Outdoorsy insurance policy also covers international travelers who agree to an international background check and have an international driver’s license or permit for the class of vehicle they’re renting (i.e. if they have a Class B international license, they can’t rent a Class A vehicle).
For info on our Canadian insurance coverage, please refer to the Canada section of our FAQs.