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Old 05-30-2011, 07:32 PM   #15
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These guys have been very good in the past and easy to deal with. Rates will vary on your driving record, location, where the vehicle is stored, etc. I think you will have to have your cars insured with them as well in order to get MH insurance.
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Insurance companies(Auto, Home, Life, Health) are all about risk. If your RV is only on the road 30-60 days a year they have very little exposure to a loss. If while you are on the road you mostly drive near or through large congested urban areas the risk of a loss goes up as compared to rural areas. If you have shown to have a good driving record, assume a higher deductible the risk goes down and thus a lower premium. Good drvers can still pay more if they live in an area that has high losses.
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