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doxiemom11

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Posted: 07/09/18 10:58pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

But the auto club is not providing you with a full-timers policy. Therein is the difference. Full-timers do not have a homeowners policy, therefore we need the coverages that a homeowners or renters usually provides, but as part of our rv policy. They will not have the coverages they need if they are full-time without purchasing a full-timers policy by a company that offers that coverage and protection.

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I've seen a number of good reports about the Miller Insurance Agency. They are an independent agent that deals with a lot of different insurance companies and they understand RVs and the RV lifestyle.

http://www.millerrvinsurance.com/

BTW, the best article I've seen on RV insurance and what you need is here:

http://www.rv-dreams.com/rv-insurance-coverages.html

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I use Twin Peaks out of Ft. Lauderdale (since 1999.) Lost my full-timer insurance with National Interstate, too. I think NI recommended Safeco to me for my needs. I called Twin Peaks and it was not a f/t policy. They researched and found Progressive met all my needs... including full-timing.
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Posted: 07/10/18 08:52am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Both National General and Progressive offer full-timer coverage and can be quoted and written through Good Sam Insurance Agency.

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Thanks for the link Optimistic. I had forgotten about RV-Dreams. I requested a quote from Miller’s online and am waiting to hear from them. Thanks to everyone for your input. That’s why I love this forum!


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You're welcome. Do come back and let us know how you make out with Miller and how the new price compares to your old policy. Inquiring minds want to know!

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Gonzo42 wrote:

I changed over to Auto Club, and included my homeowners policy and all my vehicle policies together. Saved about $400, also.
So are you saying that Auto Club is that dumb? You have a homeowners policy with them (certified by you to Auto Club that the S&B home is a primary residence) and a FTer RV policy with them (certifying htat your RV is your home). How does that work?


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Do the Insurance Companies have a definition for fulltime. If you have a stick and mortar address and stay there from time to time, very seldom, are you a full timer?

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Progressive for the second time..raised our rates by 40% several years ago. Agent got us with National General for same rate as Progressive for prior year. After five years National General went up about 30%, agent put us back with Progressive for the rate charged by National General the prior year. Keep an eye on the rates and keep a good agent. No accidents only claims have been windshields with both with $500 deductible. Now we have full coverage on glass, no deductible, still $500 deductible on other damages.


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Hi folks, just an update. Used RV-Dreams link to request full timer insurance quotes. Ended up using American Adventure Insurance for our agent and Progressive for our Insurer. We are praying aging less than we did with National Interstate and the coverage is comparable. We’ll definitely keep our eyes on the cost when next year rolls around for renewal. Thanks again for your input and Happy Trails!

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