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Old 06-07-2014, 09:50 PM   #29
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Congrats! Hope to see you on the road. My husband and I are planning to go full time this fall, supported by my OT travel jobs. We had our heart set on a 27' however a 2012 30' International fell into our laps and we picked it up a month ago.

We checked out USAA/Progressive as well but went with National General which has great coverage for full-timers. We tow with a F150 max tow eco-boost as well. No issues on our 1400 mile trip to and from Alumapalooza last week.

Any recommendations on reliable travel medical companies? I haven't done it before! Also, I have not driven into the parking ramp at the hospital since we got our truck.
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Old 06-07-2014, 10:30 PM   #30
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Congrats! Hope to see you on the road. My husband and I are planning to go full time this fall, supported by my OT travel jobs. We had our heart set on a 27' however a 2012 30' International fell into our laps and we picked it up a month ago.

We checked out USAA/Progressive as well but went with National General which has great coverage for full-timers. We tow with a F150 max tow eco-boost as well. No issues on our 1400 mile trip to and from Alumapalooza last week.

Any recommendations on reliable travel medical companies? I haven't done it before! Also, I have not driven into the parking ramp at the hospital since we got our truck.
Cool story! I've learned that backing into spaces is sooooo much easier to do, so that's what I always do now, or I find the farthest space and walk to where ever I need to go. Not like I don't need the exercise!!!

I've only been with two travel companies in all my years, and my favorite is CrossCountry Trav Corp. They really do have exotic assignments, as well as travel trailer assignments. I mean, I wouldn't expect that you'd do downtown Manhattan in an Airstream, but that's why I like the 13 week assignments. I stayed on the beach in Charleston, SC for 6 months, and I wish I'd had my Airstream. That would've been a blast.

Anyway, if you choose Cross Country, put me down as a referral and I'll throw a gift card in the mail to ya with my referral bonus! (Matthew Riceberg).

Good luck, keep in touch!
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