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Old 11-15-2016, 11:38 AM   #15
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Good Sams insurance quote

2006 Tiffin Allegro insured with Progressive for the last 8 years. Renewing shortly, for $324 annual cost. $500 deductible, roadside assistance $21, full glass no cost.
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We've had progressive for about 6 years. This year they instituted a plan where you park it for the winter and on 4/1 full coverage returns. They take off all the stuff you would need to have it on the road.

A 2008 Winnebago Sightseer 30B is $336 if paid in full. This isn't one of those tease rates. Again, we've been with them for 6 years and it's lower now than it has ever been.
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We use Progressive on our 2000 Dutchstar. Cost $386 this year with $1k deductible. (we are not full time) We still have a loan and value is around $48k Progressive lists for the value.
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Old 11-15-2016, 12:17 PM   #18
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Our 2006 Tiffin Allegro Bay is insured with Nationwide and the yearly premium is $554 with $1000 deductible.

We had an accident and they paid $10,000 without any hassle and we only had to pay $800 because they have a declining deductible.

Our rate did not go up after the accident.
X2 on Nationwide. You really find out how good your insurance is when you file a claim, and they have been excellent over the past 17 years we have been with them.
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Old 11-15-2016, 12:20 PM   #19
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I know it's a pain in the a$$, but I search out new insurance every year and to with the cheapest.

In your case, I would go with Good Sam (notice it's not Good Sams) until the following year when it's up for renewal. If it's still cheaper...stay with it. If not, find something else.

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Thanks for your thoughts!
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X2 on Nationwide. You really find out how good your insurance is when you file a claim, and they have been excellent over the past 17 years we have been with them.
X3 on Nationwide $495 yr-cash, 1k deductable. Not full time but higher Liability limits than required in NV. There are a few things that qualify for this rate like safe driving class, rv club association and driving history.
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