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Old 03-27-2014, 12:33 PM   #1
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Full-time insurance or not

I am about to go full time Boondocking in my area I am still working so I will stay close to home for now what are the advantages of having full-time insurance and how would my insurance company know if I'm living in it or not. Thank you

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I am about to go full time Boondocking in my area I am still working so I will stay close to home for now what are the advantages of having full-time insurance and how would my insurance company know if I'm living in it or not. Thank you
Are you trying to make forum members complicate in some upcoming chicanery?
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When we changed our insurance over to full time the price went down by a few bucks. Would you have a house and not have homeowners insurance? It amounts to the same thing, homeowners insurance just happens to be for a house on wheels and not bolted/cemented to the ground.
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We started fulltiming in December 2013 and insured our rig with Blue Sky via Good Sam's. It included fulltimers insurance and I thought it was a great rate under $900.

Good luck on what ever you decide.
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Old 03-27-2014, 06:45 PM   #6
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FT insurance covers the contents similar to homeowners insurance on a SB. If you do not have a SB house and do live FT, you have best have FT coverage. It is not very expensive.

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