1. Christina Coloradoan on January 26, 2020 at 8:02 am

    I have Geico for my vehicles and my Casita. I live in Vegas and store my trailer in SW Utah mostly because that’s where we camp most often but also because of safety and the dramatic difference in price. I have to have a separate policy for the trailer because it’s in Utah. Yesterday I received my new policy and decided to give them a call to see how I can maximize my policy. Apparently, they’ve increased their coverage options dramatically since I got the policy a year and a half ago. Perhaps that’s someone to get a quote from. As for roadside assistance, I’ve determined that AAA is superior to any of the other services I’ve looked at. I have a 200 mile tow membership which in the central and eastern part of the U.S. wouldn’t be needed but out here, it’s almost crucial… I pay $115 a year which is most definitely worth it.

    Regarding product insurance, most retailers use a third party insurance. Policies have to be compared side by side and not every policy is available in every state… Many restrictions in the insurance world…

  2. Ed Bickford on January 26, 2020 at 8:13 am

    Thanks for sharing the info about Camping World and RV Insurance, good to know. Who are you using now ?

  3. We Are Miles From Nowhere on January 26, 2020 at 8:20 am

    good info

  4. Ramon Gonzales on January 26, 2020 at 8:33 am

    The sales person made the call to their insurance company on the speaker phone before we really knew what he was doing. He informed us that they would do a comparative quote, like Flo, a give us the best company. The quote was almost double what the sales person said it would be so when we got home we spoke with our own insurance company since we bundle with them and were quoted less than half of what was previously provided. This has been typical of our relationship with Camping World. Not sure if they are just oblivious of their own policies or, well, you know.

  5. rodhigh7 on January 26, 2020 at 8:58 am


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