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Insurance for non factory boats? #12421851
09/11/17 01:54 AM
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After going to Houston and Port Arthur I've been thinking about insurance ...how do you put a value on a custom made boat?


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Re: Insurance for non factory boats? [Re: TroyKing] #12424910
09/13/17 01:47 PM
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You can take out an agreed value policy on a boat. My 1997 Wahoo is on an agreed value policy with Progressive because the hull, motor, trolling motor, and trailer are all wildly different years, so it's tough for their program model to estimate a blue book value.


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