RV Insurance

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Sea Hag

Sent: 6/2/2004 9:13 AM

We Pay about 160 per year in two installments as our regular auto policy renews every six months - Liability only on the winne - no restrictions - That's   nothing compared to what we payed to add my son  who is now   18 years old with a clean record and good student discount ,muti car - and no accidents . . We use country company - The problem with parade or antique vehicle insurance and plates is that you can only use it for parades and shows with very limited millage . I have a freind who has a 62 mercury that checked into it and said it wasn't worth the trouble and he likes to drive it when he pleases . - Sea Hag


Sent: 6/1/2004 11:07 PM

$96.00 per year with Progressive. This is with NO discounts. This is the only vehicle insured by them.

p.s.  we try to camp all year, but, the winters do get rough (cold).


Sent: 6/1/2004 10:56 AM

We pay like $70 every six months for liability with Allstate. I think it is ridiculous to pay insurance in the times that it just sits, but try to cancel and then renew your policy, It nearly doubles! I guess there is some sort of discount for keeping a continuous policy going?


Sent: 6/1/2004 9:28 AM

I'm paying Nationwide $200/year for liability only, limited tort (in PA limited tort means if you get into an accident you're only allowed to sue for certain reasons, mostly serious injuries).  My premium is prolly higher than it would be if wifey and I didn't each have an auto accident in the past few years.  Home & car, multi-car discounts (which I don't think add up to much).  No restrictions.


Sent: 6/1/2004 8:08 AM

I'm  paying a liitle more than that.  $204 per year...But I'm in California  where EVERYTHING is  higher!
That  includes  the same  discounts  listed  by Lefty sans the 3500 mile  restriction.
2000 Fleetwood Southwind 32V--deceased
2001 National RV Dolphin M-5332


Sent: 5/31/2004 11:47 PM

I pay $154.00/yr for Liability Insurance as a seperate part of my regular insurance. I recieve the following discounts:

Safe driver, multi-car, and vehicle & homeowner.

I have the following restrictions, annual mileage not to
exceed 3,500miles, no usage to & from work, no drivers under 25yrs old.

Since I don't travel over 3500 miles a year, don't plan on making a work car out of her, and we don't have anyone here under 25 yrs old that would need to drive her, this works well for us. I use State Farm for my vehicles and homeowners, I should note I get another break for having continuous coverage for 5 yrs or more. Lefty
I reserve the right to reject your reality and substitute my own...


Sent: 5/31/2004 11:33 PM

I was wondering what most people pay here for insurance?  This is kind of a buggy problem as we all know our rigs probably say putt for most of the year and all I can see is $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ going out the window while my fun machine just sits.  I'm sort of contemplating getting parade insurance as my

My rig is over 30 years old and that makes it a antique. Got a card from some guys who insure this way but I haven't contacted him yet. Any comments?

Rick Shaw

Sent: 4/30/2003 5:34 PM

The best deal I have come across for insurance is  GMAC.   They have a website http://www.rvinsurance.com - Camping World RV and Car Insurance - Specializing in Low Cost RV and Auto Insurance .
Hope this helps you.


Sent: 2/18/2001 3:01 PM

We got our Winnie insurance through Camping World and then added our car to the policy.  The Winnie and the car now total less than the car alone with my previous insurance.

Check out Camping World RV Insurance.


Sent: 2/10/2001 10:39 PM

My circumstances are much the same as johnnie.  Have my 72 Brave covered for liability only and have joined Good Sam and gone with GMAC.  They gave me the unlimited towing also and I got what I thought was a heck of a deal.  May change my other vehicles over to it.  They were a couple hundred under my other ins.  must admit that I didn't shop around much but think I got a good deal (haven't had the misfortune to use it yet!)


Sent: 2/7/2001 8:22 PM

I have eight vehicles on my insurance policy but only insure two at a time, depending on what I'm driving and where I intend to go.  As most of my vehicles are older models, I retain liability insurance only.  I'm not sure if this makes much of a difference for covering motorhomes but I just insured my 1970 Winnebago and my rates did not change at all.  I have GMAC insurance and you may want to check with them.



Sent: 2/6/2001

I have and RV but I can't my company won't cover my 3 cars and my car company won't cover my RV!  Anyone have an insurance company that covers both and how much do you pay?