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Old 09-29-2009, 08:14 PM   #1
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I bought my 2006 Holiday rambler Vacationer diesel in 2007 1 year old. My insurance was around 1000 per year ,last year 1400 per year now 1900 per year. Progressive quoted me 3900. Where does it end. I guess 1 more nail in the rv industry coffin.I have never had a ticket or accident.
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Have you tried some of the insurance companies listed in the FMCA magazine. As you may know, automotive ins has several factors they use for ratings. One of the most important is the county you park the MH in (we live in Leon county). We pay $1100 (started out $1000) with the 5 year replacement coverage with a $500 deductible. 100/300/50 coverage. s/Toby
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Try getting a quote from these folks, they're in Ft Lauderdale. I switched to them a few years ago and so far have been pleased.
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Progressive used to be the lowest I could find, but each year they've increased so much they priced themselves out of my budget. I called the Gecko's outfit the other day and cut my insurance bill in half. Same for the auto insurance.
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Hi thmdamit,
Try the different insurance brokers that advertise in FMCA and Good Sam publications. They check several companies to get the best rate. I use Farm and City at RV Advantage | FCIS Insurance - RV Insurance, Motor Home Insurance, Travel Trailer Insurance .
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Give these folks a call. After much research, they provided the best coverage at the best price.

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I bought my 2006 Holiday rambler Vacationer diesel in 2007 1 year old. My insurance was around 1000 per year ,last year 1400 per year now 1900 per year. Progressive quoted me 3900. Where does it end. I guess 1 more nail in the rv industry coffin.I have never had a ticket or accident.
Where does it end? When ya move out of Florida and register in a state where the insurance rates are lower.
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Old 10-03-2009, 02:35 PM   #9
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Our now governer said our home insurance rates would drop like a rock when he became governer---------yep,
increased by an average of %30.
car insurance; same thing yep, increased by %40.
electric rates %20.
Gee why are more people moveing out of florida than moveing in? Is there something I'm missing here?
Social security increase 0%.
cost of liveing for SS %0
something not right here.
someone please tell me what?
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