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Old 06-19-2016, 05:24 PM   #15
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Get 'FULL TIMERS' Insurance policy from a Ins. Company that specializes in FULL TIMERS Insurance.

Same type of policy/coverage you have on your S&B........PLUS vehicle type coverage.

We had a 'flood' ---------needed water removed, new carpet, new linoleum, a NEW subfloor in large slideout (required slide to be removed/repaired/reinstalled).
Our FULL TIMERS Insurance covered repairs & motel stay (78#dog)

National Interstate Ins-------great company, great customer service, great followup on claims and great premiums --------and they KNOW what FTs need
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Some campgrounds (hopefully near the accident site) have rentals available.

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Old 06-21-2016, 10:42 AM   #17
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Maybe the accident could be the fault of the other vehicle. I had a State Farm customer back into my MH at a Flying J while I was inside paying for my fuel.

State Farm paid a set rate per day for my motel and a car rental for the 10 days the MH was in the body shop. I was able to get a much better rate for both via Internet and got many great meals out of the $$$ they gave me.
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Happened to us, Geico Ins pays about $30 night for hotel for 5 nights! Many repair shops will allow you to stay overnight on their lots some even have 50amp power & water. We also took a last minute 7 nite cruise out of long beach California for $499.00 each!
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