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lhenry8113

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Posted: 08/10/20 12:12pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Currently, we have National General, on our Class C. Checked Progressive and they were quite a bit more expensive.


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Interesting as National General came up as at least double all other quotes I have received...

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We have our TT insured with State Farm $250/yr. Full coverage, stated value,all items covered no exclusions.


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We have State Farm, when we were shopping around we were shocked to find out that fiberglass or composite trailers are 20/30% cheaper to insure than corrugated steel or aluminum in the midwest due to hail damage claims. Make sure you tell the agent.

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state farm $99/yr with a $1K deductible. coupled to my auto policy and umbrella liability policy.


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Liberty Bibberty, I mean Liberty Mutual


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Campinfan wrote:

Liberty Bibberty, I mean Liberty Mutual

Ha ha. That’s what we call it, too. Don’t have it, though.


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One thing to remember about insurance is where you live makes a difference as to what you get charged. And that even applies in the same city location. Years ago when I moved to Arizona because Uncle Sam decided I needed to experience the fun of 110+ summers, I moved into an apartment located in Glendale Arizona. My vehicle insurance went up quite a bit from where I was living in Texas (Amarillo to be specific). After a year or so, I was able to get a nice place that was much closer to the base (8 miles). I went to the insurance guy (Jake from State Farm), and told them that I was in a new place.

They banged and hammered on the keyboard, and Surprise!!! My rate dropped $150.00 over a 6 month period. I asked why, and was told that since I had moved into a "Safer" zip code, my insurance rate was dropped.

It had nothing to do with my age (I was 30 at the time), my health, my credit rating...Nothing but the fact that I had moved 8 miles into a different zip code.

The other day I was looking at trailers and went to the Progressive site to get a guesstimated quote...$121 a year. I couldn't gripe about that. Didn't get the trailer, but it was nice to know that at least the insurance wouldn't bend me over the barrel.

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