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    We’re considering switching our RV insurance from National General to Progressive through an RV insurance promotion from Good Sam. The only time we had to make a claim we had a different insurer, Triumphe Casualty, I believe. That went well & was a minor claim for awning damage.
    We currently have a full-timer policy under National General that’s pretty pricey. We’ve been quoted a price nearly half as high from Good Sam-Progressive.
    Any suggestions as to how good Progressive might be if our 25W was damaged in a crash or in some other way? We’ve heard the best RV insurer for quick help & claims resolution is Auto-Owners Insurance.
    Your help on this or information on your experience with RV insurers would be appreciated.
    Arctic Fox 25W 2018
    Dual 6V batteries, Husky Center Line 31390
    Ford F250 CC 6.7 Powerstroke Lariat 2011

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    Full time RVing is a game changer as their are many carriers who don’t offer coverages for those who spend 24/7 living with their RV.

    30+ years before retiring as an insurance agent, didn’t see Progressive as a player in the full time market. Being it’s through Good Sam it’s something that shouldn’t be a problem but I’d verify it with calling Progressive before id jump ship and change.
    Rolland & Judie, 1 Sheltie, Brinkley

    2013 GMC Yukon Denali, 6.2 liter, no mods

    2021 19

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    • #3
      We have auto/home insurance through USAA (great pricing) and for RV coverage they partnered with Progressive. Reasonably priced (just over $100) for coverage.
      Tim & Sue
      Hershey (Sheltie)
      2005 F150 4x4 Lariat 5.4L 3.73 Please buy a Hybrid...I need your gas for my 35.7 gallon tank!
      2000 Nash 19B...comfortably pimped with a real Queen Size Bed

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