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Old 07-16-2015, 10:05 AM   #1
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This probably has been asked lot. Our current insurer is getting out of RV coverage. From experience who would be the best for the least amount of money. Thanks
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Old 07-16-2015, 11:13 AM   #2
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We have been using Good Sams full-timer coverage for a few years. They are competitive on pricing and have responded quickly on a couple of glass claims we had. If you have other vehicles the " bundled " rates seem OK.
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We use and independent agent, and we have ended up with Progressive for as long as we have been rv'ing. Have never had a claim though.
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Old 07-16-2015, 11:41 AM   #4
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We have Progressive, contracted through USAA. We don't full time yet. I find the rates reasonable. You rate will depend on many factors.
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We have been using Progressive for several years. I have found cheaper rates but the coverage is not adequate to suit me so I stay with Progressive.

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We have been using Progressive for several years. I have found cheaper rates but the coverage is not adequate to suit me so I stay with Progressive.

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I am led to believe that they have a free towing service with the insurance. I didn't get their insurance for it, but I checked on it a while back. Sounds good to me.
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Good Sam was great until we had a claim....then upon renewal the rates were going to be almost tripled! Now we're with Blue Sky
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I am led to believe that they have a free towing service with the insurance. I didn't get their insurance for it, but I checked on it a while back. Sounds good to me.
They do have road service/towing in their policies, never used it though. I asked who they used, don't remember the company now. Looked them up on net, it is the same company most auto manufacturers use for new cars and other insurance companies use.
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Formost with roadside assistance. Least Spendy policy I could find!
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We been GEICO customers for 29 years. Just ask for the RV dept when you call and be specific that you are a full timer. Could we get it cheaper ?? Probable but they have always taken great care of us. Ask for any discounts available. We get one for being members of Fleet Reserve and in SD we are saving $150 every 6 months for being over 50 and taking the National Safety Council online driving course. Be sure to ask about that discount
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This probably has been asked lot. Our current insurer is getting out of RV coverage. From experience who would be the best for the least amount of money. Thanks
I have had a good experience with progressive
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Been an Allstate customer since 1962, but [alas] they won't insure us as full-timers. Took the advice here and went to an independent agent. He did great, finding me three great options and ultimately setting me up with a Full-Timer policy from Progressive. Is a few more $ than Allstate, but covers so much more, too (like windshields and a higher contents coverage limit). Beyond the premium, I have no experience with Progressive yet, but like what the agent has found for us. \ken
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