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Old 08-31-2016, 08:34 AM   #1
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Tiffin Phaeton 36GH, 380ISL & Allison 6

Hi Guys,

I am thinking about changing from Progressive Insurance to FMCA/Allied. I have had progressive for 10yrs on different MH'S. I have carefully compared the policy's to make sure I was comparing apples to apples.

The FMCA/Allied is approx. $190.00 Cheaper with some minor improvements.

Have you had any experience with either one? I have never used my insurance, except for 1 windshield repair.

What do you think?

Michael Boyle

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Old 08-31-2016, 08:43 AM   #2
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I just did a similar search. While I don't have a DP, I do have a class A gasser. I found Safeco to be cheaper with lower deductibles and higher coverages.

I had Progressive for about 10 years and have been happy with them but they keep raising the price each year. Safeco was about 20% cheaper in my case and I received a ten year full replacement with a then current year model if totaled.

I do not work for any insurance company. In fact I don't work at all; I am a retired college professor.

I think it is good to check prices every few years just to keep your current company honest.


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Old 08-31-2016, 08:51 AM   #3
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Try National Interstate in getting quotes.

All insurance companies raise their rates. I'll bet the $190 you save by switching will be included in your next bill.

We get new quotes every 2-3 years and are not loyal to any one company.
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