No, Rental RV insurance kicks in only after you pay the deductible. It may cost about $400 to get this replaced, you will most likely need to pay this out of your own pocket.
While it is a bad thing to happen, if this is out of your control then fretting will not help. Just pay the money and move on to focus on more important things in life.
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