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Re: Car insurance for cruisers

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Originally Posted by inshallamiami View Post
Well I'm glad to see its doable, I haven't bought anything yet, I will call up a bunch of insurance companies using a hypothetical car to try to get an idea of how much, I mean, are we talking thousands or hundreds for fl liability only?

Not really sure if I want to go down this road tho.....feels like I'm giving in , or up, even if it is just for a few months while I increase the kitty.

And the rental thing won't work...no credit cards, only debit (my, I AM outside of the mainstream) which precludes renting for the most part.
Actually, I think the car rental companies are taking debit cards now. They charge an extra $200 or something onto your card and release it after the rental. I think that is how it works. I have not done it that way.

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