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We are looking at a 5th wheel this weekend that we are very interested in. Suggestions for where to go for insurance? We will be storing the rv through the winter and going FT in the spring. We talked to Miller in Oregon - they cannot help as we are keeping our domicile in New York. TIA!

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Consult with an independent insurance agent.

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jcordar2 wrote:

We are looking at a 5th wheel this weekend that we are very interested in. Suggestions for where to go for insurance? We will be storing the rv through the winter and going FT in the spring. We talked to Miller in Oregon - they cannot help as we are keeping our domicile in New York. TIA!


 I have had good luck again with National General Assurance Co. since 2001. 1-888-293-5108  www.NationalGeneral.com  Had them also from 1988 until 1999 before.   Pieere!



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Thank you!

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jcordar2 wrote:

Thank you!


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If you already have multiline insurance for your domicile and vehicles, you should be able to add your RV to it for minimal cost especially while in storage for the winter. If you decide to go fully mobile and drop the house many insurers will not cover the RV. At that point talking to Miller Insurance, for example, will help. We had similar experience with Statefarm, but once we sold the house they would not cover the RV anymore.... went to Miller, we are pleased with their support and service. Now we have everything through them using Progressive.  OUr experience... YMMV as they say.



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