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    Quote Originally Posted by 1600vw View Post
    I then call to get not-in-motion insurance on my eab. They wanted 800 a year for this. DaleB I wonder why you have better luck then those in my area cost wise? Maybe it is who you know.
    I just did what a lot of RV owners do, I called AJ Gallagher. Take to Jennifer or Shanna. Full coverage on my RV-12, WITH a student pilot on the policy and enough hull coverage to replace it, is under $1400 per year. It was under $900 when I just carried enough hull coverage to keep me from losing too much if it got destroyed. Considering I've got about 200 hours total and my new partner has less than 100 hours of RV-12 time (and no ticket yet), I don't think that's too bad. The rates should go down substantially when he gets more time; the cutoff is either 100 or 150 time in type to get the rates down.

    That may or may not sound like an unreasonable number to you. Everyone has a different threshold of pain.
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    Annual cost of Fly Baby hull coverage: $800
    Years of flying Fly Babies without an accident: 30

    Total amount saved by not having hull coverage: $24,000

    Value of aircraft: $10,000

    Any questions?

    (and yes, I carry liability...$178/yr)

    Ron Wanttaja

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaleB View Post
    I'm mystified by this.
    Commercial policy. The premium for a personal/biz policy on a m or n model 172 will run around $1000/yr. To use that plane for flight training, premium jumps to over $5000/yr.

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    My 150 is $725/yr. That's with a student pilot on it. Liability w/20K hull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malexander View Post
    My 150 is $725/yr. That's with a student pilot on it. Liability w/20K hull.
    Call them up and say you will be offering flight training to the public. You’ll buy the hull every 3 yrs with premiums.

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