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Old 04-13-2019, 08:33 PM   #15
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I had Overland for a few years and the rates kept climbing. I found cheaper rates elsewhere.
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Geico, but your mileage may vary. No two insurance quotes are the same, too many variables between your situation and mine. Different Rv, different drivers, different values, different state or locality, different coverage, deductibles, ad infinitum.
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Old 04-13-2019, 09:31 PM   #17
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Just got my renewal notice from National General (been with them for two years). This years rate is more than double last years. Only claim in two years is a cracked windshield. Told that windshield was not the reason for the increase, but a rate "adjustment" for all California customers. Interesting, since my auto insurance from another carrier went down this year! This is not a rate increase it is price gouging. Will not be renewing with National General.
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Old 04-13-2019, 11:26 PM   #18
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I have Geico Insurance Company. I have 1000 Deductible for Collision & Comprehensive, 50 deductible on glass. My cost is 1080 dollars per year. My Liability cover age is 300/500 K.
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Well, I for one thought that my insurance rates were a product of my accident history, claim history, and whether any claim was an "at fault" claim. I know I had a pretty good claim this year induced by happening to be at the wrong place at the wrong time (a hail storm in South Dakota), but I thought that Acts of God claims where not penalized individually.

So, my assumption is that this 50% increase is a result of the whole national claims paid experience, and it is pretty clear to me that severe storms, hail storms, tornadoes and hurricanes appear to be more common than they used to be all across the country, which would predict that all of us better be ready to see some significant increases to maintain coverage on our coaches. I have not seen a big increase in my house insurance that reflects national weather problems, but maybe that is a little slower in kicking in gear.

I sure hate paying a lot more money for the same coverage, but you just can't go without it.

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We are also paying for the cost of claims resulting from uninsured drivers, many of whom are also unlicensed. And that number keeps growing at a rapid rate.
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I had Overland for a few years and the rates kept climbing. I found cheaper rates elsewhere.


Me too exactly. I said goodbye same excuses as mentioned above. Iím with State Farm as with my house and autos. My rates kept going up with the companies Overland wrote for, last one was with Safeco enough is enough. I told them it was BS my coach was older my experience was more.
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We are also paying for the cost of claims resulting from uninsured drivers, many of whom are also unlicensed. And that number keeps growing at a rapid rate.


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I have Geico Insurance Company. I have 1000 Deductible for Collision & Comprehensive, 50 deductible on glass. My cost is 1080 dollars per year. My Liability cover age is 300/500 K.


Thatís cheap they where trying to get close to that out of me for a 2005 gasser worth about 35-40k
Your time is coming probably a teaser rate?
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Geico, but your mileage may vary. No two insurance quotes are the same, too many variables between your situation and mine. Different Rv, different drivers, different values, different state or locality, different coverage, deductibles, ad infinitum.
Thanks Mark, Yes I realize no 2 situations are the same and like Paul ( Flanz ) we are with Ron Jarvie, Overland Ins. , have Full replacement and premium has risen significantly so this summer will be Insurance research !
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FWIW, I was with Erie, about 2200/yr without FR coverage. Just switched to Progressive with FR coverage for 4k, no glass coverage. Full glass was another 1k
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Well, I for one thought that my insurance rates were a product of my accident history, claim history, and whether any claim was an "at fault" claim. I know I had a pretty good claim this year induced by happening to be at the wrong place at the wrong time (a hail storm in South Dakota), but I thought that Acts of God claims where not penalized individually.

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I sure hate paying a lot more money for the same coverage, but you just can't go without it.

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I made this post a year ago after all of the damaging hurricanes letting other know to expect increases Hurricane Insurance Increase


This past season there were several posts just on this forum about hail damage. I wonder how many expensive MH's were destroyed in the CA fires? We are going see increases for a long time to cover those losses. All we can do is shop for the best coverage for our zip code for that year....and look for it to change the follow year. All of those are "Acts of God" that still have to be paid.
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Last year it was fires, this year it is floods, next year who knows, maybe hurricanes or tornadoes. It's always something and that is why we pay for insurance.
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I have Geico Insurance Company. I have 1000 Deductible for Collision & Comprehensive, 50 deductible on glass. My cost is 1080 dollars per year. My Liability cover age is 300/500 K.
Teaser rate is possible , but this is my 3rd year with Geico. The rate has not changed more than 1 to 2 %. I do not know what to say.
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