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Old 04-18-2012, 04:08 AM   #15
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Fl. has mandatory full glass coverage, come on down
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Bought my coach with no windshields, I have no full coverage insurance. price was 475 per side, 75 ea to crate, 150 to ship, 380 for gasket, 60 glue, shop labor quoted at 250 per side which I declined. Installed them with the help of a friend
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Old 04-19-2012, 09:13 AM   #17
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Vehicle insurance written in Florida will have zero deductible on windshields but the regular policy deductible applies on any other glass.
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Vehicle insurance written in Florida will have zero deductible on windshields but the regular policy deductible applies on any other glass.
That's correct Gary. I have "0" ded on comp so all my glass is fully covered.
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Thanks for all the info, but what kind of rates are you paying for insurance with this full glass coverage?
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