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Old 06-06-2016, 08:13 AM   #1
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RV Insurance For Snowbirds

Do most snowbirds pay full timer insurance rates for their coverage? I am currently getting quotes from companies that tell me if you use your RV for anything over 180 days, then you are considered full time and pay full time rates. I use my RV for about 6 months out of the year as a snowbird and then store it for the remainder of the year up North.

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RV Insurance For Snowbirds

I think the 180 day stipulation is common. It was for my Ins. Co. I came close to the six months but was never asked by my Co.


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Good Sam has National General Full time insurance. You can put it on storage mode for up to 6 months when not using it.
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