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Old 06-17-2015, 01:45 PM   #1
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Insurance for MH

Any recommendations for insurance on your Airstream MH please?
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Old 06-17-2015, 01:55 PM   #2
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Old 06-17-2015, 07:30 PM   #3
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We were with Nationwide and Mint.com kept telling me I was spending too much on insurance. I contacted AAA which I wanted as a kid but was too bad a driver for them to accept me. Now I have them insuring my house, my cabin, my 4 cars (two at each house) and my RV. Bundling should have saved me a lot of money, but Mint keeps telling me I am spending too much. Perhaps Mint isn't comparing me to others with 2 houses and such.

I am curious about insurance that covers glass, AAA won't, and gives you closer to replacement value of your RV. Mine are very special, impossible to get, so if mine are totaled I am really out, just a few grand in exchange isn't gonna cut it, and I fear that is all I would see.

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Old 06-17-2015, 08:55 PM   #4
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I am still looking too. Got a few quotes over the Internet but rather sit down with an agent to go over everything. Full timing is a little different.
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Closure: After cycling through a thousand phone calls, found an insurance company that gave us a great rate on the MH. So much so that we insured our four other vehicles at half the annual price of Liberty Mutual, who we have loved for about 14 years. Name? Safeco Insurance.
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Old 09-14-2015, 08:09 PM   #6
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We recently sold our motor home, but we have used Overland Insurance for the past 5 years. I searched company's every year and they always gave me the best deal. I will be calling them again for a quote in December when my classic gets here.
It's worth a phone call to Ronald Jarvie at 480-994-9584, since your getting quotes anyway.
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I got it through Escapees and I guess it is National Interstate Insurance company and we pay $2,053.00 for the year and it is full timer. We also added our 2007 Honda Element for another $850.00 a year.
Prices are very depending on you Residence/Domicile ours is now TX.
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It is National General Insurance (what a corny name). But we are insuring the MH, and 4 vehicles for about 1.5K/yr.
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Sounds good but go they do full timers? That was the big deal for me and again your home state has a big impact on the premium.
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