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Hello,

We are going full time early next year.  My current insurance company will not insure for full time occupancy of the RV.   We currently live in TX but plan to switch domicile to FL next year.  Can anyone suggest some insurance companies that will insure full time.  Any help appreciated.

Thanks,

 

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Hi Sage Insurance Agency

650 Metcalf St

Escondido, Ca. 92025

800-887-8467

760-466-2070 Fax

THEY CAN GIVE YOU SOME QUOTES,  the gal name is Leslie  that I talked to

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Here is a list of the more well known agencies. Miller and FCIS are very popular.

FCIS 800-331-1520

Miller Insurance 800-622-6347

AIS Insurance

RV Advantage

Foremost Insurance

Explorer Insurance

 

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11 hours ago, GrayBeard Retirement said:

We are going full time early next year.

Welcome to the Escapees RV Club forums! We will help all that we are able bo please do let us know if the answers that we give are of any help. Here are links to several insurance agencies that have very good reputations in the fulltime RV community. I strongly suggest that you contact 2 or 3 of them to compare.

RV Advantage                        AIS Insurance Specialists                 Miller RV Insurance           

Foremost Insurance                Explorer Insurance                          Thum Insurance Agency

All of these have experience writing coverage for folks who live in an RV and travel as their only home and will understand what you need. 

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I had Allied a divisionof Nationwide thru Miller but their premiums skyrocketed. I now have Geico. I’m a So Dakota domicle not FL however. 

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12 hours ago, GrayBeard Retirement said:

   We currently live in TX but plan to switch domicile to FL next year. 

 

I'm curious as to why you're switching domicile from TX to FL.  TX, FL, and SD are the Big 3 when it comes full timers, and since you're already in TX...

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"I'm curious as to why you're switching domicile from TX to FL.  TX, FL, and SD are the Big 3 when it comes full timers, and since you're already in TX..."

 

Remoandiris,

We do not qualify yet for medicare so we well be getting our healthcare insurance by COBRA in 2020 and on the exchange in 2021.  There are plans in FL with national provider networks.  In TX there are not.

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