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Old 09-25-2017, 03:11 PM   #1
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What should we expect to pay annually for RV insurance on a DP? I know it depends on a lot of factors, but I'm looking for a ballpark estimate. Also, any recommendations for insurance carriers would be appreciated.
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What should we expect to pay annually for RV insurance on a DP? I know it depends on a lot of factors, but I'm looking for a ballpark estimate. Also, any recommendations for insurance carriers would be appreciated.
I pay $116.00 a month for comp/collision with Progressive.

You can get quotes from Good Sam, the Hartford, etc., but make sure you put all the areas you want covered in the plan.
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I pay around 100 bucks a month full coverage @my local State Farm...my coach value is around 250 to 300 grand...
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I pay around 100 bucks a month full coverage @my local State Farm...my coach value is around 250 to 300 grand...


What state would that be sure is low for full coverage or I just have more coverage than I need
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We got our insurance thru the AARP with the Hartford Insurance. For the MH we pay $941/yr. We also got our homeowners and auto insurance thru the Hartford at the same time. We unfortunately had an accident with the MH and they paid for everything (except the deductible) - no problems. What yours will cost will depend on your vehicle, deductible, location etc. but it's worth a phone call.
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Just received my annual insurance renewal policy and the premium for the next 12 months.

I've got State Farm and my renewal premium is $731.00 for full coverage with a $1000.00 deductible, 250,000/500,000 comp & coll, etc. - That's up about $50.00 from last year.

I've also got the same company for all my autos and home. Fortunately I've never had a claim on either the coach, home or any autos.

I've also shopped the Hartford and a number of other company'ss and nobody even came close to my premium.

Guess it does pay to shop around - all it takes is the time for phone calls.
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