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Old 07-12-2018
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Originally Posted by Steelwheels View Post
These guys used to sell Blue Sky. They understand that BlueBirds have and hold there value. They sell a few different companies, Progressive, Formost, Safeco.
I went with them when I bought my coach, changed insurance companies when Bluesky stopped covering RVs.

My agent knows John, he’s the go to appraiser when it comes to BlueBirds. Reassuring to know they understand BlueBirds and the community.

Originally Posted by Dave Stokes View Post
I am not familiar with RIS but if John says they are good people... I had my original policy written through Twin Peaks Insurance agency in Ft. Lauderdale, but when Blue Sky dropped RV coverage they didn't try too hard to find me a new policy.
Dave sorry about that - It was actually Kiki B.
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Old 08-07-2018
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3 weeks ago, I bought a SAFECO policy through brokers, Destination Financial Services, 877-553-3400, and I am pleased with my experience and the cost.
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Old 08-07-2018
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SAFECO is the best price but you better have a perfect history . They wouldn't insure me due to a speeding ticket and a couple small claims. I plan to give them a try again if I can keep my nose clean . Doubtful .

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Old 08-23-2018
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I ended up going with a progressive agreed value policy that I got through FCIS. Bob was waiting for me to green light the policy the day I went to check out the bus. Very helpful and the best price that I could find.
LeRoy Brown
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My Allstate agent is checking but he came back with a full coverage quote of $415, which seems very cheap. National General only offered liability this morning!
Chip Lamb
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Old 09-29-2018
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Default Looking for National General Feedback

Just worked through an online National General quote. It’s for ACV but is 1/3 the cost of Progressive Agreed! After reading about all the post accident hoops Progressive makes their Agreed policy holders jump through and their crazy renewal quote ($$$$$ ) I’m considering NG.

Looking for comments from those who have NG
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