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Old 04-05-2017, 09:12 PM   #15
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I reviewed my Progressive policy that I was on as part time status after reading these posts. I have Progressive because I was referred by USAA. (USAA does not cover Motorhomes) I didn't notice any associations with USAA on my account pages so I called to ask where it was. The nice Progressive agent said it needed to associated in order to receive the discount. It would save about $120 per year. While we were doing that I changed the coverage from part to FULL time to get the residential coverages for liability. My annual premium will go up $380 and I should be paying about $2200 a year now.
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I reviewed my Progressive policy that I was on as part time status after reading these posts. I have Progressive because I was referred by USAA. (USAA does not cover Motorhomes) I didn't notice any associations with USAA on my account pages so I called to ask where it was. The nice Progressive agent said it needed to associated in order to receive the discount. It would save about $120 per year. While we were doing that I changed the coverage from part to FULL time to get the residential coverages for liability. My annual premium will go up $380 and I should be paying about $2200 a year now.
Check on Umbrella coverage. In SD our $1 million dollars umbrella is $125 annually. The 1 million is common - but you can get 2, 3, 4, 5 million and the cost is very affordable. ^^^^ see above.
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