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  1. stevejones
    Thank you. We also have USAA for all our insurance (for me like 44 years!). When I first contacted them regarding the trailer, I was told I'd need a separate policy through Progressive. Then in two subsequent calls was told I didn't need that. Currently it is insured on our automobile policy but I'm concerned I may be under insured. Stuff like our property in the trailer is covered on our homeowner policy. I guess I need to download my policy documents and give them a thorough review. Thanks for your reply.
  2. stevejones
    Hello WestieHouse. I saw in an Insurance thread that you have a policy with Progressive through USAA. We also insure through USAA but got conflicting info from them when I called regarding how to best insure the trailer. Currently our AS is insured on our USAA Automobile policy. Would you recommend that I revisit that and pursue a policy with Progressive? Thanks.

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  • About WestieHouse
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    Redmond
    State/Province
    Washington
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    UNITED STATES
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    male
    Trailer #1
    2015 23' FB Flying Cloud
    About My Tow Vehicle
    2014 Grand Cherokee Ecodiesel
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Posted 01-03-2016 at 09:58 AM by WestieHouse Comments 0
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Originally Posted by Adam Geuss View Post
Always good to get such information. One question; isn't the 30' trailer heavier than the Jeep GC and shouldn't that be an issue regarding the safety of towing? I reflect here the laws we faced in Europe where the TV had to outweigh the TT by 15%. Different rules here but many folk say you don't want the TV pushed around by the TT especially down steep hills.
The bigger issue is tongue weight. The JGC Ecodiesel is rated at 720 lbs max tongue weight. All newer AS above 23 feet (and including...

Posted 01-03-2016 at 09:55 AM by WestieHouse Comments 0
Posted in Uncategorized
Quote:
Originally Posted by Adam Geuss View Post
Always good to get such information. One question; isn't the 30' trailer heavier than the Jeep GC and shouldn't that be an issue regarding the safety of towing? I reflect here the laws we faced in Europe where the TV had to outweigh the TT by 15%. Different rules here but many folk say you don't want the TV pushed around by the TT especially down steep hills.
The bigger issue is tongue weight. The JGC Ecodiesel is rated at 720 lbs max tongue weight. All newer AS above 23 feet (and including...
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