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Old 05-22-2016, 03:15 PM   #11
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Good luck with that. They dropped me after 5 weeks and only returned about 30% of the six month policy payment. It seems State Farm will insure, then drop and keep most of your money.
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guys and gals,
Good Samaritan = policies for conversions, and even not finished conversions.
they are the only ones i have found to do it.
you will need to send them pics of all your systems. water, power, bathroom, ac / heat etc..
these companies don't want to insure us unless the conversion is finished. makes sense , because if we are rolling around in unfinished busses then its dangerous, i.e tools and stuff flying around the inside and potential fire risk from cooking inside unsafely.
all ya have to do is get the bus systems done then good sam will insure you.
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guys and gals,
Good Samaritan = policies for conversions, and even not finished conversions.
they are the only ones i have found to do it.
you will need to send them pics of all your systems. water, power, bathroom, ac / heat etc..
these companies don't want to insure us unless the conversion is finished. makes sense , because if we are rolling around in unfinished busses then its dangerous, i.e tools and stuff flying around the inside and potential fire risk from cooking inside unsafely.
all ya have to do is get the bus systems done then good sam will insure you.

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