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Old 04-26-2019, 10:05 AM   #1
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Full Timers Insurance

Hi all,
was quoting around FT RV insurance and have narrowed it down to 2 companies based on quotes from the agents. I
was curious if anybody has had any claim experience with either of these two carriers

Foremost or Nationwide?


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My question is what company will write a ft without another vehicle? Have been told not eligible if I only have the mh and no other vehicle. Anyone faced this?
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Cant speak to that, as Im only insuring the 5vr and the TV already has insurance.
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I use Geico. When I was full time and when we go again they adjusted the coverages.
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My broker put us with Nationwide, MH only. We have had one comprehensive claim and everything went well. 2nd or 3rd year are rates dropped. We have declared value insurance.
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