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Old 06-11-2011, 09:35 AM   #1
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Coach Insurance

I have my coach insured through State Farm (Before you start spewing erroneous information about such companies, they have been very good to me).

Nonetheless, yesterday I was told that since my coach has a non-metallic exterior, I qualify for a 10% discount.

You may want to check your insurance carrier to see if they offer a similar discount.
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Old 06-11-2011, 11:51 AM   #2
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Been with State Farm for more than 40 years-great company and
have been great to deal with over the years.Every thing insured with them
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We also have everything insured with State Farm. We have for 24 years. They came thru beautifully after the Northridge quake when we had almost $50,000 in damage. Others may have different opinions for their particular area, company, but we have no complaints what so ever and we have pushed two teenage drivers thru their system.
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