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viajante

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Posted: 03/30/21 04:16pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Has anyone used Foremost for your RV insurance ? If so, what was your experience ? Thanks very much for your advice.


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Posted: 03/30/21 05:46pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Always used them for insurance on the two Class C's I've had, both registered in NJ which is not a cheap insurance state. Set up directly with the company; no agents involved.

The premium on the 2011 Sunseeker bought new that I've had for 10 years now is $650 a year, with up to full cost of original purchase price coverage with $1000 deductibles, and $500k CSL liability. No reason to change companies, but never have had a claim so no experience to offer that way.


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We have had Foremost thru Farmers insurance for years. During the winter when storing the motorhome, 2005 Hurricane 31k, we pay around $40 per month and during the summer, around $80 per month. WE did have one claim several years ago. Had hail damage to awning and two slide toppers. Called in with the info and a check was sent. Did not even have to send in photos.

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We had Foremost when they were writing full timers insurance. They dropped us without warning when they quit writing those policies. No claims. There are only a few left that offer full timer insurance. We went with Geico and now have Nationwide. Nationwide has been good so far. Again no claims, so we will see. Insurance is a personal thing so opinions will vary greatly. Bad credit will raise your rates.....Dennis


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