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5 hours ago, Big Rick said:

Flood insurance will require the wheels be removed, the unit blocked and anchored

Florida requires every permanently placed RV-in an RV park- to have wheels and be licensed annually. Insurance is optional. It's said that wheels law is so other trailers can be pulled away if one catches fire. Virtually all would have to be pulled like a sled. My cousins trailer hasn't had the tires checked in over 20 years, makes the must have wheels law ridiculous IMO.

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11 hours ago, Ray,IN said:

Florida requires every permanently placed RV-in an RV park- to have wheels and be licensed annually. Insurance is optional. It's said that wheels law is so other trailers can be pulled away if one catches fire. Virtually all would have to be pulled like a sled. My cousins trailer hasn't had the tires checked in over 20 years, makes the must have wheels law ridiculous IMO.

We are in Florida suggest you see an agent that sells Insurance in Florida . I tried to pull out a RV here that had been sitting for years .I thought it would come apart had to have a tow truck do it. Florida insurance is "different"

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Hi,

We recently went back to sticks & bricks. I changed the address on our Progressive RV policy & the rate went up $35 so now I’m looking for other insurance options. Apparently it is more expensive to not live full time in an RV according to Progressive. 

Happy Travels!

 

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8 hours ago, ralelo said:

Hi,

We recently went back to sticks & bricks. I changed the address on our Progressive RV policy & the rate went up $35 so now I’m looking for other insurance options. Apparently it is more expensive to not live full time in an RV according to Progressive. 

Happy Travels!

 

Fort $35.00 you are going to change companies?

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