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Old 10-20-2009, 07:14 PM   #1
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Leaving the Highway at 75mph

I want to thank everyone for their kindly remarks concerning our little high speed extravaganza. Even though we have a few splintered parts and a couple of bent ones, we owe alot to the strong Alpine structure and the Peak chassis.

Thanks to Matt for the lead on the parted out '03 Alpine. I talked to the company owning the coach and was able to purchase several replacement parts for our coach. Additionally, I found out that the coach had a fire in the bedroom which rushed into the center of the coach causing extensive damage to the interior and melting the back of the coach. That's why the pictures show the front and both sides.

Now, a new question. I understand thatg there are several insurance companies out there that provide full coverage on the coach, but only provide the full coverage when the coach is on the road. When it is stored, coverage is reduced. I have requested information from several local agents and they all seem to think that I am drinking something and not sharing with them. Anyone have the number to an insurance company whoprovides this coverage, or just the name of the company, I can do the research on finding out where?

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Old 10-20-2009, 07:52 PM   #2
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It's great to see that your "off road" experience is turning out not so bad. I can only hope we will as lucky if we have one!

I believe it is GMAC (possibly through Good Sam) that offers a reduced rate for "seasonal" use, where it is stored for a period of time. I seem to remember it only made sense if you stored it for over a month at a time.


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Old 10-21-2009, 07:58 AM   #3
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Try Farm & City ins. at 800-331-1520 and ask for Trese Hallett..we got great service from her..
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