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Old 06-27-2016, 11:24 PM   #15
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I would be more worried about if my insurance would cover me if I was in an accident if I was grossly overloaded. If you don't get into an accident, no you probably won't get into trouble if your rig looks fine. But I would hate to be in a situation where your in an accident and your insurance company weighs everything and finds your over weight and says your on your own. That would be very bad for you and your family. Make sure you go over your insurance policy with a fine tooth comb looking for their outs.
Show me proof of a denied claim by an insurance company due to overweight 5th wheel or travel trailer.

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