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Old 02-01-2015, 06:57 PM   #11
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Welcome from Indiana and congrats on the new rig. As far as Insurance i would pick one that deals with RV's and some will let you change when you put it up for the winter which is GS and FMCA . I have Gieco for my motorcycle and they seem to raise the rates very often
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Old 02-01-2015, 07:15 PM   #12
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Hello and welcome from NC. For insurance, many like progressive, all state, and good Sam. I can't say if one is better than another as they all have pluses and negatives. Ours is thru USAA which actually contracted out to progressive. As stated above, lots of info on insurance available thru the search feature.
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Old 02-01-2015, 10:19 PM   #14
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Here in MN it's looking a bit bare as far as snow goes. Most all has melted.
If it wasn't for the cold, cold wind one would think it is spring already.
But further south has been getting there share though.
Just thought some of you would like to know that.

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Steve, we cordially invite you over to Chicago where you won't be disappointed. The snow is still falling and we're already well over a foot in just what has fallen in 24 hours.
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Old 02-01-2015, 10:38 PM   #15
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Welcome from Alabama. About your RV insurance. Not sure how yours does it. But I am with State Farm. We get a multi car type of discount. Plus we Have AAA with RV coverage. (to help if we need a tow. With out the RV coverage it only takes care of your TV. Not your tow! so we added RV coverage to AAA!) It has paid off with two incidences with flat tires on the interstate. I believe you can get insurance thru Good Sam's as well. good Luck
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Welcome from Alabama. About your RV insurance. Not sure how yours does it. But I am with State Farm. We get a multi car type of discount. Plus we Have AAA with RV coverage. (to help if we need a tow. With out the RV coverage it only takes care of your TV. Not your tow! so we added RV coverage to AAA!) It has paid off with two incidences with flat tires on the interstate. I believe you can get insurance thru Good Sam's as well. good Luck
In terms of breakdown insurance the big three options are AAA, coach net and Good Sam ERS. I have had both coach net and Good Sam ERS but thankfully have never needed either.
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In terms of breakdown insurance the big three options are AAA, coach net and Good Sam ERS. I have had both coach net and Good Sam ERS but thankfully have never needed either.
Yes! Glad you never had to use it. We had to use it in Elk City, OK! Blow out on the interstate just past the last exit before a long stretch of bearing land. AAA saved us. We also now have Good Sam's and was going to check into Coach net. We have State Farm for full coverage of damages, theft or vandilism! Hopefully that will not happen.
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