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Posted 09 October 2012 - 07:34 PM
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Posted 10 October 2012 - 12:16 AM
A second course of action might be to investigate other insurance companies and ask about their requirements beyond paying the money. I've had several insurance companies since we went full time and never had any that required a course before insuring. Mind you I'm not saying that you should avoid a course for driving a motor home. Both Louise and I have taken a driving course at FMCA rallies and I would highly recommend them. Driving a 20,000 pound vehicle has complications that you may not think of until you are faced with a serious problem. A class will help you prepare for handling those problems.
2004 Monaco Windsor, Cummins 400 ISL
Roadmaster Sterling Tow Bar, Brakemaster, Chevy Trailblazer, BikeE Recumbent Bicycles
After 9 1/2 years full time in our motor home and being Winter Texans we are now living at Sandpipers Resort in Edinburg, Texas. Now we are Summer Chickens!
"The tipi is much better to live in; always clean and warm in winter, cool in summer, easy to move... If the Great Spirit wanted men to live in one place he would have made the world stand still." -- Flying Hawk, South Dakota Oglala Sioux
Posted 10 October 2012 - 07:29 PM
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