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Yes, fulltimers insurance is a LOT more, but the coverage is too. Remember liability is also attached...When we shopped, everyone was much higher than Explorer. We went with them and are insured through National Interstate which includes roadside service through CoachNet....$1200-1500/yr is about right...Dennis


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Insurance Co.s don't make BIG bucks selling insurance. They make money Investing Ur premiums. U've notice that Investments haven't done well in the last several years, SOooo, guess how they try to make it up....Anyway they can.


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Executive wrote:

Yes, fulltimers insurance is a LOT more, but the coverage is too. Remember liability is also attached...When we shopped, everyone was much higher than Explorer. We went with them and are insured through National Interstate which includes roadside service through CoachNet....$1200-1500/yr is about right...Dennis


If I read that correctly his went up by $1200, not to $1200.


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powderman426 wrote:

Executive wrote:

Yes, fulltimers insurance is a LOT more, but the coverage is too. Remember liability is also attached...When we shopped, everyone was much higher than Explorer. We went with them and are insured through National Interstate which includes roadside service through CoachNet....$1200-1500/yr is about right...Dennis


If I read that correctly his went up by $1200, not to $1200.


Correct- Went UP by $1200.


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tmmar wrote:

powderman426 wrote:

Executive wrote:

Yes, fulltimers insurance is a LOT more, but the coverage is too. Remember liability is also attached...When we shopped, everyone was much higher than Explorer. We went with them and are insured through National Interstate which includes roadside service through CoachNet....$1200-1500/yr is about right...Dennis


If I read that correctly his went up by $1200, not to $1200.


Correct- Went UP by $1200.


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I just renewed my Good Sam (GMAC) insurance on my trailer in May and it did not go up at all. They started to go up the year before but I waited until the insurance was due and called them and told them I was changing companies and they changed back to the previous years price. It's definitely easier when you have a TT (or HTT in my case) since you don't have to carry any insurance.


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Switched to Hartford thru AARP cheaper than Progressive!

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I have GMAC and last year it decreased. This year did not go up. My premium this year is $75 less than 3 years ago.


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I recommend The Hartford.


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I switched from Allstate to Progressive last year, and this year my premium went down. Not a lot, but still down...


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