Trailers and Campers
Trailers are covered by your auto policy while they’re in transit but they’re not while stationary in your yard or campsite. You should protect your camper or trailer for both its physical value and contents – after all it is a home away from home. Liability extends to your trailer while it’s parked abroad which means if someone is hurt and your held responsible, your policy will protect you against damages.
You can add coverage for vacation trailers and camper units to your home, condominium, or tenant’s insurance policy. This can include the built-in accessories and equipment that are part of the trailer unit. Attachments such as awnings can also be insured. Utility trailers can be covered separately. You should consider this option carefully, as your homeowner’s policy may only provide limited coverage.
Office Access Effective June 14, 2021
Whitley Insurance & Financial Services cares deeply about our staff, clients and community. We continue to monitor developments with the Coronavirus. As a result we are operating business as usual and open by appointment, in addition to telephone and email.
Please contact our offices and we will direct your call accordingly:
Trenton (613) 392-1283
Belleville (613) 966-1711
Stirling (613) 395-5501
Deseronto (613) 396-2312
Payments may be made by Interac e-Transfer, Credit Card, or Online Banking.
We would like to thank you for your business. During these uncertain times, we’re working hard to continue to provide the same service standards you have come to expect from us.