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Post Info TOPIC: Insurance Cost Evaluation - RV / TRUCK - Fulltiming

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Insurance Cost Evaluation - RV / TRUCK - Fulltiming

Just finished a cost eval of the following ..

This is a 2013 RAM 3500 and 2015 Drv Lexington.

Full replacement first 5 yrs.. then agreed value / liability / comprehensive / collision / bodily injury / property damage / $1k ded..

National Interstate

American Adventure / Blue sky


Good sam


All where close on the RV side .. except Progressive. But National blew out the others on the truck as well.. Making them the clear winner..The quote is not pretty , but the end result is the same or better..


Just wanted folks to know.. Already paid for the year for the RV.. Can't do the truck till I go in for plates in a coupe weeks.

Picking Up the RV from RV'sforless in a week or less.. wanted to make sure it's covered.





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That's some of the basics that change with fulltimer's insurance depending on your RV/rig choice but, of course, there would be things outside the normal policy unique to full-timing, biggest one I can think of is the personal liability that doesn't come with a standard auto/RV policy.


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