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 6/5/2007 11:04 AM
 
RV insurance - I have mine through Foremost and they are wonderful - $650/yr with good coverage. You should be able to go on-line Google and search for your manual. They did that with my electrical system at an RV service center, so I know you can do it. The mastery of RVing is a on-going learning experience, something everybody has to do and part of the fun of it. Relax, you can do it - sounds like you are doing great. Happy miles to you. Marysdream Its all good!!!!!
2000 Rialta (little Sweetie)

Marysdream Its all good!!!!! 2000 Rialta (little Sweetie)
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 6/6/2007 10:12 PM
 
Allstate is not noted for being economical. I've had them for years, never had a claim, and my ins just keeps going up. I'm switching this month to Pekin for about a 25% drop in premium.
Good luck. If you're in a cg and have problems I'd say don't hesitate to ask someone. Maybe if you see another solo traveler.
getting my ducks in a row

getting my ducks in a row
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 6/6/2007 10:31 PM
 
I ended up getting my insurance from Progressive for $326/yr. Thanks for all of your suggestions!!!!!!!!!
Hope 2 meet U!

Hope 2 meet U!
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 8/13/2007 1:52 PM
 
Hi, I'm really new here, just joined yesterday. About Insurance - I don't have my RV yet but when I moved to Florida in 2003 I found that my auto Ins went way up due to "advancing age" (LOL - I was 67 then). Agent shopped and found a company that did not penalize for age, however I still pay nearly $800 for auto and that's pmt discounted for paying annual - and I've had no tickets or ever filed a claim. Anybody know what States may have better rates? I can't wait to get more involved in this messaage board. I am looking for a Cl B - plan to work around the country. Suz Big Adventure

Suz Big Adventure
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 8/13/2007 2:46 PM
 
My auto insurance is with Allstate. The best rate for my RV I got thru Progressive. THX to a suggestion on this message board!! I was nearly $800 below the other quote I got. Hope 2 meet U!

Hope 2 meet U!
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 8/13/2007 6:26 PM
 
:)Welcome aboard "Nowornever" ;)
You're going to love this group of SUPER helpful ladies (in other words, we're all in the same boat--some are just further now the stream).
I am also fairly new and I understand it can be scarey, but, it's more excited than anything else.....gets our blood pumping.
I have everything: home, car and RV through State Farm and I couldn't be happier. They are right there if you have a claim and 2 years in a row I have gotten a refund on my premiums (good driver & multiply policies).
Take care & God Bless,
Love ya, Mary
98 29ft Class C Tracker TrailStar Traveling with: Angel-"Navigator Poodle"

98 29ft Class C Tracker TrailStar Traveling with: Angel-riding shot gun
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 8/14/2007 12:26 AM
 
I have Progressive insurance on our RV and Boat as they cater to the specific needs of those type of vehicles. Until I get a better deal down the road I'll stay with what I have. Welcome and keep asking those questions. There is usually someone else that is wondering the same thing. :) Live, Love, Laugh - Aloha Donna & Willie 05 32' Seabreeze Class A 07 Jeep Liberty Ltd

Live, Love, Laugh - Aloha 05' National Seabreeze 31' 07' Jeep Liberty toad
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 8/15/2007 10:12 PM
 
Welcome and I'm glad you got your insurance at a more reasonable rate. Like several people have said start slow and learn everything you can about your rig. I'd rather learn in an area that I'm familiar with than be 1,000 miles away in an unfamiliar area.
But most important have the time of your life. I think you're very brave. Stan asked me the other day if I would continue traveling if he passed on and I couldn't answer him because I don't honestly know. It's given me something to think about. I know it wouldn't in our 32' 5er but I might in a Lazy Daze or or a small class C. You go girl. Lindy
Lindy
Stan and I and our furry kids, Loki, Top Cat, and Hobo travel in a Laredo, 2005 and a 2006 Dodge 350. This message was edited by Lindy on 8-15-07 @ 9:12 PM

Lindy Stan and I and our furry kids, Loki, Top Cat, and Hobo travel in a Laredo, 2005 and a 2006 Dodge 350.
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