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RE: Uninsured & Underinsured Motorist Bodily Insurance

I really do appreciate & thank all those that took the time to post & better help me to understand the matter. To help better understand where I'm coming from? I received a renewal from my current Insurance Company. However the rates keep escalating to the point that I decided to evaluate my current provider and see if I could locate a quality RV insurance provider that could make a difference using the same criteria/coverages that I currently have with our current insurance...that includes UNI & UNBI As a Good Sam RV Member I called GS and explained the situation to a patient Representative that was able to find a Qualified RV Insurance Company for this SC. With all the same coverages plus some small additional coverages; at substantial savings. A special thank you again to those that read & replied to assist with this topic & Also to Good Sam! Keep up the good work ... :)
kioticoachman 04/11/20 11:04pm Class C Motorhomes
Uninsured & Underinsured Motorist Bodily Insurance

Dear RV Friends ... This SC is in the process of searching/renewing my Class C Motorhome. It is a 2001 Ford Coachman Catalina. The Ins. Representative that did the new work up for me has no provisions for Uninsured & Underinsured Motorist Bodily Insurance. My current insurer/provider included this in my renewal billing premium. Would like to present this discussion to our RV Family Forum. Your thoughts, assistance with this matter would be very much appreciated. Is the UN or UNDER insured a requirement, mandatory? What would be the trade offs? The premiums show a rather substantial differences. Not that anybody will be going anywhere soon. Thank you for taking the time to reply. Hope this helps?? KC USAF 62-66
kioticoachman 04/10/20 09:25pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Refrigerant Fill Port

Check the area behind and just above the engine battery for the low pressure A/C port. Some years and models have it there. Another spot sometimes used requires pulling the air cleaner to access the port while yet another spot is under the oil fill. If all else fails, you may have to run the lines to find it. I should have mentioned the place to add R-134 recharge. But you are correct the Low Pressure A/C port IS just above the engine battery. Fairly easy to add A/C Pro recharge if needed. Thanks for taking the time to help to locate the LP A/C Port. The first thing is to connect the hose and see what the pressure gauge reading is. Apologize for the misleading assumption. I really don't think I will have to replace the refrigeration/cooling unit at this time.:) Thanks again! KK
kioticoachman 08/15/19 09:08pm Tech Issues
Refrigerant Fill Port

Dear Friends ... Can someone direct me to Where is the LP Refrigerant Fill Port on my 2001 Ford/Coachman - Catalina Sport E-350 Super Duty RV. Thank you very much! KK
kioticoachman 08/15/19 05:27pm Tech Issues
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