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Old 08-05-2019, 12:13 PM   #15
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I don't insure my motorhome anymore since I got an off-grid house. I had to insure the mini house since it's more exposed to danger than our campervan. Some years ago, with my wife visited the Buchanan Lake and soon after that we decided to build a house there. Because in 20 years of driving a campervan we never used the insurance, we decided to save some money and get an insurance only for our mini house. Although it is not connected to electricity and it's isolated from civilization, it still can be insured. You can search here for more information. I think all the travelers think about such a house and if you travel often and there's a place in which you dream to build a house, think about an off-grid home.
I have vehicles registered in two different states. If I do not show proof of adequate liability insurance, neither one will renew my registration.
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I have vehicles registered in two different states. If I do not show proof of adequate liability insurance, neither one will renew my registration.
It looks like he is from England, across the pond.
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It looks like he is from England, across the pond.
I see that too now. Wonder what he does if or when he is at fault in an accident??
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