Originally Posted by tredding
Any suggestions folks? So far I am stumped?
Rick Foley of Foley RV in Gulfport is not only an Airstream dealer, he's an Airstream owner and a WBCCI member. You might drive over and ask him. Worst that could happen is he'd say "no."
But don't get insurance because of hurricanes. If you leave your Airstream at home when a hurricane is coming, you deserve
whatever happens to it. By all means get insurance, to protect you from being goosed by the fickle finger of fate, but don't think for one minute that you're getting it because of hurricanes.