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Old 10-27-2012, 09:20 PM   #15
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No two policies are alike, if it is financed you can't drop any coverage just because your not using it. In certain states if you drop liability they will call for your tag. Best advise shop around.
Not True. I do it every year and save about $85. per month. I still have a couple of years left on the loan also.
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Old 10-28-2012, 06:26 AM   #16
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Hi All, I've had State Farm, GEICO, Foremost, and recently switched to Hartford through the AARP, they are the cheapest that I have found, and you can pay it monthly, mine runs about 70.00 per month, or you can pay it quarterly, or semi-annually or annually. I like the options.


What really ticks me off about insurance is your credit score is a large part of determining what you pay for insurance. How did we let that happen? Most people who insure RV's have pretty good credit scores, I guess, but what does operating an RV in a safe and sane manner have to do with your credit score.


Insurance rates should be based upon your DRIVING RECORD, not your credit score. If we stood up as a group and demanded that our "Representivates", and I use that word very loosely, in Congress change that law, insurance rates would be based solely upon your DRIVING RECORD not your CREDIT SCORE.


Ok, that's my rant, ,,, sorry

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Old 10-30-2012, 04:13 PM   #17
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called HArtford. Shut-off collision for OCt thru MArch. Saved ~$75. had to supply a FAX to my lien holder testifying to the liability still on hand.
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I was a customer of Liberty Mututal for 31 years and to make things easier just added the MH to our policy for title transfer purposes. The cost was astronomical. I started seeking quotes on the internet and we decieded to go with Geico...as a matter of fact I switched everything over including our home owners. The coverage was the same or better and I saved a ton of money. Progressive also came in with a great quote...it basically came down to the location and close proximity of the servicing agent. My son also has Geico and is very pleased with them thus far.
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I was a customer of Liberty Mututal for 31 years and to make things easier just added the MH to our policy for title transfer purposes. The cost was astronomical. I started seeking quotes on the internet and we decieded to go with Geico...as a matter of fact I switched everything over including our home owners. The coverage was the same or better and I saved a ton of money. Progressive also came in with a great quote...it basically came down to the location and close proximity of the servicing agent. My son also has Geico and is very pleased with them thus far.
Check with GMAC. Good service and rates.
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