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Old 01-10-2016, 09:58 AM   #1
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Has anyone dealt with a company out of Arizona called Overland Insurance Services? They are a broker and specialize in RV insurance they are licensed in most all states. They quoted me with the same company that FMCA suggested, Allied. Looking for any experience in real world dealing with either FMCA or Overland?
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Has anyone dealt with a company out of Arizona called Overland Insurance Services? They are a broker and specialize in RV insurance they are licensed in most all states. They quoted me with the same company that FMCA suggested, Allied. Looking for any experience in real world dealing with either FMCA or Overland?
Here is some reading in another thread till others chime in........
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Thanks palehorse that is what I was looking for. Not sure about full replacement on a 11yr.old coach. It is in great shape with very low mileage. Seems like the replacement cost coverage is for sure best suited for something newer or if there is a loan on it. In my case neither.
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