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Old 12-12-2015, 11:52 AM   #21
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We only sit for 2 months so o did t bother with removal of coverage, even though they offered it. I want the flexibility to just get in and go if we get a warm weekend and that is why we went with a drivable over a towable. Everything stays in it except food and clothes so we can run on a whim.
We're in Virginia and its 70 degrees right now. Should be camping instead of picking up an RV😅

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Old 12-12-2015, 01:24 PM   #22
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Some do, some don't allow suspension. You got the items right. You would never suspend comprehensive sue to limbs falling, etc. Depending on what you suspend, you might not have coverage if someone Else hit you at a storage lot.

Also be VERY careful about suspending liability coverage if there's any chance you will be taking the unit out to run the engine or alternator, take it for repairs, fill up the propane, etc. Murphy's Law: the one time you have an incident is the one time you forget to reinstate coverage. Also, you don't want to have one of those "Oh honey, I thought you called the insurance company" "No honey, remember, you said you were going to call the insurance company as soon as you got home from work" kind of discussions!

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