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RE: Park Model /RVFlood Insurance

There have been several articles on the news about flood insurance. Summary, only available thru a government agency and only is areas the the government has classified as flood planes. Good luck. I suspect that since it is a trailer, the insurance companies will say you should move it if it may flood. Thanks. But Park models with a fixed wooden deck and an aluminum awning (plus the toungue is removed) is not easily moved. We are definately in a flood plain. I will investigate further on our options.
WallynDiane 06/24/19 07:46pm General RVing Issues
RE: Park Model /RVFlood Insurance

Ask your insurance agent about "Comprehensive" coverage, sometimes known as “other than collision” coverage. This coverage can help pay for non-collision damage to your RV including damage from floods, storms, vandalism, theft, falling objects, and other disasters. I have comprehensive coverage. It includes everything you mentioned except floods.
WallynDiane 06/24/19 06:45pm General RVing Issues
Park Model /RVFlood Insurance

We have a Kropf Park Model rv in Western NY. We are very near a stream. All of this wet weather has us concerned about flood damage. The insurance company who insures our unit doesn't cover or carry flood damage/insurance, Others in our camp with trailers/5th wheels have the same concern. With all the recent wet weather, what options do rv/park model owners have in purchasing flood insurance for their unit?
WallynDiane 06/24/19 04:38pm General RVing Issues
RE: Must-sees on NY, PA

Chautauqua Institution in Western NY is a great location. If you are a Lucille Ball fan, you can't miss her home/grave/museum in Nearby Jamestown NY. I oiled then angle down to southern Pa. Fallingwater (Frank Lloyd Wright's) master piece is a must see. Nearby 40 miles or so is the flight 93 Memorial. I woul then travel on to Gettysburg which has more monuments than any battlefield in the world. An hour east of Gettysburg is Amish country which is worth a drive by, Then on to Philly to see Independence Hall/Liberty Bell/Ephrams Alley/Christ Church plus all the other historic sites. If you like history, you can't miss Philly and Gettysburg.
WallynDiane 01/30/19 06:51pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Trip to Northeast states

Pa. Flight 93 Just off of Route 30 Gettysburg most monuments on any battlefield Hershey Philly (Independence HallLiberty Bell etc Western Ny Chautauqua Lake and Chautauqua Institution Jamestown Ny -everything Lucille Ball museums/festivals/gravesite
WallynDiane 01/18/19 10:58am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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