Consider anticipating another enjoyable day a just like most other days a only to return from a day exploring and find that your Camping trailer, Fifth-wheel, or motor home had been burglarized. Or possibly it, along with all your belongings, was damaged or destroyed by fire or a natural disaster.Your emotions are raw. Fear! Anger! Frustration! Sadness! The first and most important thing, of course, is that everyone is OK. Then, with assistance, you find food, clothing, and a place to stay. Your immediate needs for you and your family are metabnow what?Now it's time to recover. Now it's time to file your insurance claim. You will need to list every item you owned that is missing, melted, shattered, drenched, gone, unrecognizable, scattered, or damaged. It doesn't seem hard at first. You can certainly remember the TV and computer, but can you remember how many items of clothing you owned? Do you know how many CDs, DVDs, and books you purchased? Can you remember how many pots and pans, dishes, glasses, and linens you owned? How about make-up, toiletries, and cleaning supplies? Think about kitchen appliances a you probably own a mixer, blender, waffle maker, toaster, coffee maker, juicer ab the list can go on and on.Are you properly insured so that you'll receive an equitable insurance settlement? How do you know for sure? Having an inventory of your belongings in your RV can help you remember what you owned, and receive an equitable settlement from your insurance carrier. In addition to guiding you through the inventory process, this book also discusses the various RV insurance options.As we always say ... If you can't remember, you can't recover (TM).In addition to guiding you through the inventory process, this book also discusses the various RV insurance options.As we always say ... If you cana#39;t remember, you cana#39;t recover (TM).
|Title||:||RV Contents Inventory|
|Author||:||Cindy Hartman, Mike Hartman|
|Publisher||:||Createspace Independent Pub - 2014-07-11|