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Old 04-15-2012, 01:08 PM   #11
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Hi!!

I have USAA. I have other products with them and I pay 165 a year for my 19RR.

The rule of thumb when you insure a trailer, you only pay for the non-automotive portion of a policy. When towing, your tow vehicle's policy will extend to your trailer.

I hope that helps....

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Old 04-15-2012, 07:27 PM   #12
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Progressive, $250 deductibles (comp/coll), $230 a year for my 19wp.

And yes, your liability coverages extend from your tow vehicle while the two are hooked together.

Those of you that are paying upwards of $465 from Allstate, you should shop around. Allstate's claim handling sucks. Progressive is very quick.
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Old 04-15-2012, 09:54 PM   #13
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Progressive, $250 deductibles (comp/coll), $230 a year for my 19wp.

And yes, your liability coverages extend from your tow vehicle while the two are hooked together.

Those of you that are paying upwards of $465 from Allstate, you should shop around. Allstate's claim handling sucks. Progressive is very quick.
I would have to respectively disagree about the Allstate claims service. When hail got mine, they came right out and handled the claim. They actually wrote me a check for 2 grand more than I paid for the trailer. It's very unfortunate that their strategy is to charge so much up front though. That's what forced me to switch.
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Old 04-15-2012, 10:50 PM   #14
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Progressive, $250 deductibles (comp/coll), $230 a year for my 19wp.

And yes, your liability coverages extend from your tow vehicle while the two are hooked together.

Those of you that are paying upwards of $465 from Allstate, you should shop around. Allstate's claim handling sucks. Progressive is very quick.
I have shopped around and currently Allstate is the right choice for a couple of reasons including the multi-policy discount. While I don't see much of a discount on my auto policy there is a really good discount on the homeowner policy that makes it worthwhile.

California is not a cheap state to live in and everything seems to cost more than some states. But even so I love it here especially with being able to camp 12 months out of the year.
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Old 04-15-2012, 11:56 PM   #15
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California is not a cheap state to live in and everything seems to cost more than some states. But even so I love it here especially with being able to camp 12 months out of the year.
QFT.

These guys complain about snow and ice, and out here its 75 degress all day everyday.
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Thanks for explaining.
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Old 04-18-2012, 05:44 PM   #19
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If you happen to be 50+ and are an AARP member you can get very afordable insurance through The Hartford Insur. Co. Three vehicles and a new 19RR for just under $700 a year.
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I have liberty mutual on four cars and recently added my 27WP they increased my monthly payment12dollars a month
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