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Old 07-27-2015, 11:45 AM   #1
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What insurance company do you have and do they also cover your toad? Are any of you familiar with RVInsurance.com? My friend is getting her first RV and I might think about my coverage, too (GEICO for truck and Progressive for TT). Any comments?
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Use a Broker, they can gets multiple quotes from a lot of companies. Make sure you pay for "Fulltimers" insurance and get an Umbrella policy. Pretty cheap...


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The last company we used was National Interstate. We're not loyal to any one company. Every two years we check for better rates and that's who we go with.

No one can really tell you who has the best rates. Everyone is different in the amount of coverage, years of vehicles, driving habits, driver safety (tickets), what your address is, how old you are....and even credit scores. Good luck.
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I've used this company for years: Hi Sage Insurance - Your RV, Fifth Wheel, Travel Trailer, Motorcycle, Boat insurance specialists over 25 years
They do cover full time RV'rs.
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I started with Nat'l Interstate 3 yrs ago and have had great service, 3 windshields in a year no problem. I have a diminishing deductible, from 1k to $250 and then zero.
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Agreed use a broker that deals with multiple companies. In my experience the main stream guys just don't have the background to give you coverage that really does you justice. A broker that specializes in RV insurance will be able to spot all the details for you. I've heard good things about these guys RV Insurance | America's Choice Insurance Partners
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