Are there any restricted or prohibited travel areas? Updated September 01, 2023 18:38 RVezy’s insurance and roadside assistance do not cover claims or breakdowns resulting from incidents occurring in the following prohibited travel areas. RVezy provides only the mandated state or provincial minimum liability coverage for bookings that involve entering prohibited travel areas. Guests will be held fully responsible for any damages, cleaning, and/or subsequent repairs including any RV recovery costs from travel within these prohibited areas. Prohibited Travel Areas Mexico Logging and non-public roads Inaccessible areas United States: California: Death Valley (between May 1 and August 31) Nevada: Burning Man Festival Alaska Denali Highway Dalton Highway (Hwy 11) between Coldfoot and Prudhoe Bay, McCarthy Road between Chitina and McCarthy Canada: Yukon: North Canol Highway British Columbia: Aishihik Lake Road between Dease Lake and Telegraph Creek Restricted Travel Areas Authorization must be obtained from RVezy to travel in the Yukon*, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, and Alaska. *If an RV is listed in British Columbia and the RV host is insured through ICBC, guests only need to obtain authorization for travel to the Yukon from the host and not from RVezy.