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Old 06-01-2016, 08:21 PM   #21
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We use USAA, not the cheapest and not the most expensive but I have had outstanding service from them for 20yrs on all our vehicles and homes. They only cover TT and 5ers, they partner with Progressive for motorhomes.
Unfortunately, not all of us qualify for USAA.
However, I have had exceptional luck and service from my Erie agent. Going from a Nissan Armada/Flagstaff 27BESS combo to my current motor home, my rate only went up $20/year.

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Old 06-01-2016, 11:32 PM   #22
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Unfortunately, not all of us qualify for USAA.
However, I have had exceptional luck and service from my Erie agent. Going from a Nissan Armada/Flagstaff 27BESS combo to my current motor home, my rate only went up $20/year.

True. I'm lucky enough to have USAA through my father being in the military. I was able to keep it when I became an independent adult. Great company. I have no complaints.
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Old 06-01-2016, 11:50 PM   #23
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Old 06-02-2016, 11:39 AM   #24
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Just got the renewal statements for my home and vehicles last week. I went into my insurance company and my agent got my homeowners reduced $43 and my vehicle insurance reduced and liability limits increased for a savings of $301 per year.

She told me she knows some tricks and not all insurance companies check accounts for certain things, annually, which is where the savings comes from. She is also taking over my Hagerty classic car insurance, that may or may not save money.

So I saved $344 in insurance premiums for the next year and kept my same insurance carrier.
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Old 06-02-2016, 11:46 AM   #25
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Unfortunately, not all of us qualify for USAA.
However, I have had exceptional luck and service from my Erie agent. Going from a Nissan Armada/Flagstaff 27BESS combo to my current motor home, my rate only went up $20/year.

I dropped USAA some years back. Over the years they have become more expensive to the point they aren't competitive anymore. I also found that while their phone support is better than most of the other big companies it pales when compared to the service I get from my local Farm Bureau agent.
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Old 06-02-2016, 11:03 PM   #26
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I dropped USAA some years back. Over the years they have become more expensive to the point they aren't competitive anymore. I also found that while their phone support is better than most of the other big companies it pales when compared to the service I get from my local Farm Bureau agent.
I have always had fantastic service. Things get done very quickly and efficiently. I'm sure I could find cheaper insurance somewhere... As long as a person is happy and confident in their insurance company, it's all good. Happy camping!
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I'm going through this thread but maybe someone in Florida is having the same issue I am. I have my RV (I'm full time), car and small utility trailer through the FMCA insurance program in Florida. Last year I removed one car and had two points removed from my license (2 left). I just received my new policy and the yearly increase in insurance is about $850.00! What gives? When I contacted the carrier I was told basically take it or leave it! This is due to "problems" in Florida. Note: FMCA uses the same carrier (National General) that Camping World uses. Any one have any better insurance plans that they know of?
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Old 07-11-2016, 09:32 AM   #28
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I'm late to this thread because I am just now starting to look around for a new insurance company to replace Progressive. No complaints against Progressive but their rates have gone up around 30% since I started with them in 2012. I got a quote from ExplorerRV Insurance that is 37% less than Progressive. Has anyone heard of them? Doing an insurance search on this forum and reading through some previous threads on insurance I do not see them mentioned by anyone.
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I'm late to this thread because I am just now starting to look around for a new insurance company to replace Progressive. No complaints against Progressive but their rates have gone up around 30% since I started with them in 2012. I got a quote from ExplorerRV Insurance that is 37% less than Progressive. Has anyone heard of them? Doing an insurance search on this forum and reading through some previous threads on insurance I do not see them mentioned by anyone.
I don't know a thing about that insurance company, but you should do a search for reviews on them.

Here's a link to approximately 27 reviews, but I can't vouch for their validity:

Explorer Insurance Company - 27 Reviews - Insurance - Santa Clarita, CA - Phone Number - Yelp
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Wow 41ford, not to stellar of a review! Ouch!! Thanks for the link.
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