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klscjms

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We are looking into our options for insurance on a new Tiffin MH we are purchasing soon. Does anyone have an opinion on policies offered by Good Sam, RV America, etc. Thank you for your input.
 

IBTripping

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If you are talking about roadside assistance, check out FMCA which is low cost and popular with a lot of RV owners. Also, a lot of owners swear by Coach-Net.

https://www.fmca.com/fmca-rv-roadside-assistance
https://coach-net.com/


 

Larry N.

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Or if you're talking about vehicle insurance, there certainly are many ways to go. Personally, my MH is just another vehicle on my State Farm policy -- keeps it simple -- so I don't have any experience with other companies. I do have Coach Net for roadside, though -- it's excellent.
 

Ernie n Tara

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Be careful if you plan to full time. Normally your home owners policy provides in the MH also, but full time time you don't have one. A full time policy is more expensive (I pay about $2,500) and makes up that shortcoming. When I went full time State Farm declined to insure me in FL. The State Farm rep even suggested I use my old address to continue the policy. I can imagine what would happen if someone were hurt by falling off the steps or ?.

Ernie
 
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