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Old 03-22-2014, 04:53 PM   #11
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See how good my memory is.....SGI rep asks for gross combined weight of truck and trailer, I had the trailer, but the truck weight eluded me for some reason. I added 1000 kg to the existing policy just to be safe. $80 more per year on my TV policy. The Rep takes my word that this was good.

Asks if I will be towing out of SK for business purposes or for more than 30 days, and that's about it.

1 year policy was about $360 for trailer alone.
Too funny, that rate seems to be abt what I pay for ours. Except I only insure it for the months we plan on using it as I have it under the package policy of the truck so when it is not being used it is covered without having to keep separate insurance on it and it is much cheaper that way.
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Old 04-09-2014, 10:06 AM   #12
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Renewed the plates on the truck the other day and with the combined weight of the truck and trailer on the registration, the rate went up $10 a month.
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Old 04-09-2014, 11:05 AM   #13
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Renewed the plates on the truck the other day and with the combined weight of the truck and trailer on the registration, the rate went up $10 a month.
When you renewed your plates, did you use the actual weight of your trailer or a projected weight? I am going to be renewing my plates in a couple weeks and won't be picking up the trailer for a month or so. I would like to have this included without having to go back or having to go to the scales to get an actual weight.
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Old 04-09-2014, 06:24 PM   #14
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When you renewed your plates, did you use the actual weight of your trailer or a projected weight? I am going to be renewing my plates in a couple weeks and won't be picking up the trailer for a month or so. I would like to have this included without having to go back or having to go to the scales to get an actual weight.
I just rounded up the dry weight listed in the specs.
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