NEW YORK — Together, Jeff Cavins, founder of Outdoorsy, and Barry Karfunkel, CEO of National General Insurance, have teamed up to convince all 50 states to remove a business exclusion clause preventing RV owners to rent out their vehicles while maintaining industry low costs, RV Pro reported.
National General partnered with Outdoorsy, one such sharing platform that RVers could use. As of yesterday, in 26 states, RVs will be eligible to be put in a marketplace economy, whether using Outdoorsy or a rental dealership using Outdoorsy’s RV fleet management software Wheelbase, the publication noted.
“Now it’s 360-degree, surround-sound RV insurance for pros, dealers, and owners,” Cavins said in an exclusive interview with RV Pro. “Nothing like this has ever been done. It’s an industry first.”
The full story is available at RV Pro.