Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jjpish68, Jan 9, 2018.

  1. GuitarDrummer

    GuitarDrummer New Member

    May 30, 2017
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    For the extra insurance I got, it does go by replacement cost. For all of my guitars, I got a replacement cost estimate receipt from my retailer. That's what they're going with.

    The renter's insurance isn't that good. I have an agent, which is someone in the AAA office. If he's not there, then another person wearing a similar name tag would be my "agent."

    For the gear insurance, I do not have an agent. Did all of it online myself.

    That might be a good goal for 2018: Find an actual CPCU agent and get all of this covered in one policy. The renter's insurance is so cheap that it almost feels like a formality more than anything else.

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