Family Motor Coach Association

Welcome FMCA Member!

FMCA members receive coverage under the group’s FMCAssist emergency medical evacuation/repatriation and travel assistance program as part of their regular annual dues.

Please see the schedule below for a list of services included with your membership.

Worldwide Benefits Benefits Included With Membership
Emergency Medical Evacuation/Repatriation Coordination Benefits payable up to $500,000
Emergency Medical Reunion Coordination Benefits payable up to $50,000
Return of Mortal Remains Benefits payable up to $50,000
Return of Dependents Benefits payable up to $50,000
Recreational Vehicle Return Benefits payable up to $5,000 (Limited to trips in North America Only)
Pet Return Benefits payable up to $1,000
Prescription medication and glasses replacement Benefits payable up to $500
Access to - (Pre-travel destination information, Legal, embassy or consulate referrals, Information on local medical and travel advisories) Included


You are eligible for the FMCAssist plan if you are traveling more than 100 miles from your permanent primary residence (if you are a full-time RVer with no permanent primary residence, the 100-mile restriction does not apply) and you are either a:

  • Current Charter, Full, Life, Full Lifetime and Member Emeritus/Family Associate member of FMCA, as defined in the Bylaws of FMCA or
  • A spouse, family member, or dependent traveling with an FMCA member. This plan also covers the member’s grandchildren when traveling with the member in their motorcoach.


"Spouse" means the FMCA member's spouse (to include legally recognized domestic partner), unless they are legally separated.


"Dependent" means the FMCA member's unmarried children from birth and under age 19; or under age 27 if enrolled as a full-time student in an accredited college, university, vocational or technical school; and children whose support is required by a court decree. Children include natural children, stepchildren, legally adopted children, or adult children with mental or physical disabilities. The children must be primarily dependent on the member for support and maintenance. This plan shall also cover the member's grandchildren when traveling with the member in their motor coach.

Permanent Primary Residence:

“Permanent Primary Residence” means the address shown on the member’s state driver’s license or state-issued identification card. Regardless of the Eligible Person’s Permanent Primary Residence, the Eligible Person may select the one location to which the Eligible Person wishes to be returned in the event of a Medical Evacuation or Repatriation. For the avoidance of doubt, if the location selected by the Eligible Person is not the Permanent Primary Residence, there shall be no subsequent return to the Permanent Primary Residence after the first return to the location selected by the Eligible Person.


Program Specifics

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If you have any questions regarding this plan, please contact FMCAssist:


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Learn about our voluntary plan offered exclusively to FMCA members. It provides medical coverage and 24/7 travel assistance services for a small daily fee.

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This content is intended as a brief summary of benefits and services. Full details of coverage and services are contained in your Policy. If there is any difference between this document and your Policy, the provisions of the Policy will prevail. Benefits and premiums are subject to change

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