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RE: Electrical Fire - Insurance Claim

I worked as an agent and now work as an adjuster. The part that malfunction is normally not covered the ensuing damage may or may not be covered depending on what was the loss. The agent and myself included would be vague on coverage as we are trying to protect our book of business and the residual. Simply, let the adjuster be fall guy or gal. Now that I back as adjuster I get both sides. You call in a claim its logged as a record only which still shows up on loss runs/activity at known address. This is viewed by underwriting when they decide to accept a new client or renew an old client. If a claim has been paid or not, they look at risk exposure. All that said, I always tell friends find out the cost of repairs upfront, if over 2500 dollars file the claim. Otherwise its not worth it. Not looking for debate just my thoughts from the inside.
kevinbti 08/19/16 06:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Beware Pilot in NJ

I am from NJ and I think they and OR. do not allow you pump your own gas Here is an article in Fortune regarding way Gas in nj
kevinbti 08/07/16 03:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Taking the boy to Ohio state. campground recommendations?

Autum lake is 30 min or so away Buckeye lake koa is another that comes to mind
kevinbti 07/26/16 06:14pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: My camper is in the river now

Hire a PA so they take 33 percent of the money you are entitled to, and drag out the claim process in order to increase there bottom line, please. No wonder why our insurance cost are where they are. This is simple comp loss that can be settled very easily. Our company standard if it hits the door lever its a total. Is sounds like to me you are trying to go through the campground insurance, if so I would suggest you file under your own insurance as well.
kevinbti 07/20/16 06:47am Travel Trailers
RE: Campground off I-40 anywhere within 100 miles of Nashville

Stone gate in Mt Juilet was decent quick access to Nashvile all be it w heavy traffic 3rd exit from the Nashville Airport (I-40 at exit 216)
kevinbti 07/19/16 11:03am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: New to RVing, going to be full time travel nursing.

I spent 24 years on the road 9 months on and then off in the winter we would rv in the warm areas in the winter. At first it was really tough as you adjusting to new way of living but in my case I became a cat adjuster because I was a single dad and this gave me flexibility to see my daughter that I would not be able to do w a 9 to 5 job. Mid way thru the second year, I was comfortable in my job, and became friends with many cat adjusters, pipefitters, people that build waffle houses across the us etc. They become family. As Cat adjusters we would chase storms we would share what campgrounds to stay in or away from, places to eat etc. More importantly it allowed me to fly daughter in to where I was at during spring break and we would spend the summer traveling the southern states. I believe the reason she is independent and comfortable around people is because of the experience of living on the road. She has friends all around the us to this day. I truly miss it but age is no friend to steep pitch roofs and ladders. I would image the experiences I had would be similar to what your wife will likely find. She will meet friends at work who will share stories on good assignments, bad assignments etc. I started out in a casita, Artic Fox, casitia and then the a Tiger Motor home. I think the Artic Fox makes a really good insulated trailer. Safe travels your daughter is blessed to have this experience
kevinbti 07/16/16 03:22pm Beginning RVing
RE: Fall Creek Falls

yes tn love love that park what a great place Address: 10821 Park Rd, Spencer, TN 38585
kevinbti 07/14/16 05:41pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center, Dallas, TX

Cedar Hill State Park is located on FM 1382 and the eastern shore of Joe Pool Lake in Cedar Hill, Texas, ten miles southwest of Dallas. Miles mean nothing in Texas as traffic can be tough
kevinbti 06/18/16 10:39am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Nashville, TN Parks

Loveless café on the trace worth the drive A great breakfast at the pancake factory but long lines. Two Rivers is a great place
kevinbti 06/14/16 05:22pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Columbus OH easy on/easy off campground

try the Walmart at 3579 S High St, Columbus, Ohio I am in between rvs but I use to stop there on the way to my home in Nj
kevinbti 05/29/16 04:03pm Roads and Routes
RE: where do old motorhomes go to die?

is there a Copart in Ca that's a large salvage company use
kevinbti 05/27/16 03:58pm General RVing Issues
RE: RV park near Cotton Bowl?

Cedar Hills state park is 10 miles from there but the mileage does not matter as the traffic I don t believe there are any areas to camp around I believe you may be able to camp at the fair but not sure
kevinbti 05/20/16 07:03am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Summer trip to Philadelphia, PA...where to stay?

I would suggest you get a ezpass I travel up that way home to summer home in Nj and safely ezpass is worth investment Philly is great place as is a lot place not far from there, Lancaster etc
kevinbti 04/04/16 04:19pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Recommendations for trip from Houston to St Louis

St Louis is great city There is a lot to see and do. Babar State park is a great place to stay and an easy 30 min drive into the city. Take a tour of the brewery support the overseas market, then go across 55 to Guz's pretzels (Cash only for a great pretzel)American owed forever. Mom's Deli for lunch just off Jameson and 44 for lunch then desert at Ted drew ice cream down the street. The arch of course but be aware of the construction going on I believe they have limited rides to the top. Two other cool places are the Delmar loop and Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis, really interesting history. Crown Candy is a fantastic place for a blt, a bit of history and a great malt. Please be careful if you go its not in the best area
kevinbti 03/29/16 05:10pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: West of St. Louis off I-70

you will really enjoy 370 park but make res early as it fills quick even with all the sites they have There is also studmeyer, I think that's what is called, just over the bridge in St Charles but a its expensive and b its a parking lot only but there is a nice restaurant on site and its right off the highway Safe travels
kevinbti 02/29/16 04:24pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: looking for a used 17' fiber glass trailer

You may also wish to look at Escapes or Oliver's ( all be it more expensive) I don t think Casita makes a 19 they do make a 17 which I owed and travel 10 years with my daughter all over the us some of the best memories I have Hard to believe she is now 21 goes so fast You will not regret your decision with a Casita.
kevinbti 02/19/16 04:14pm Travel Trailers
RE: Anyone stay at St Louis RV Park

Its also across the street from the police station Its is a very questionable area The way things are going in the city these days I would not stay there I would rent a car and stay in Babler State Park an easy drive to the city
kevinbti 02/17/16 07:20am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Trip out West

Casino Queen is close to the arch but if you have kids I would suggest the new rv park in st peters or babler state park in wildwood a bit of drive 20 min but it is hassle free to St Louis. Be aware there is a lot of construction going on I would park at the 6th street parking garage (I least I think that's what its called non the less you can t miss it Its white in color) and walk the Short blocks to the arch Enjoy our city there is a ton of things to do for families
kevinbti 02/16/16 04:25pm Roads and Routes
RE: Lost Alaskan RV Park, Alpine, Texas

I enjoyed my stay there. There is only one good restaurant in town about 5 min from the campground but they are only open at dinner Can t think of the name Alpine has nothing to offer but we enjoyed the area outside of the town I will say the people at the campground are nice folks, the campground has nothing special to offer, the area outside the campground is questionable, in my opinion but safe I share that only because my upbringing is living in the Bronx Enjoy your trip
kevinbti 02/05/16 07:04pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: 2015 ford v6 explorer

That's what I ordered is the 19 ft I thought about the escape but driving across the border while still working would be a pain. I hated to lose the old v8 I had with my previous explorer but it is what it is I had to upgrade to get the Sport turbo not sure it was worth the money Anyway, dropping 55k on a trailer is gamble especially since they went out of business once but it is what it is I had a real bad experience with my casita and just hope this works out better. I decided to do what camp n family advised and will get the sway bar just as a piece of mind Thank you for your kind responses
kevinbti 01/19/16 06:50pm Travel Trailers
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