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Old 03-10-2010, 04:00 PM
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I have a 2010 F350 CC/LB that has a GVWR of 11500lbs. USAA insurance is telling me they won't insure the vehicle because it is over 10,000lbs GVWR. Has anyone ever had a problem with either USAA or any other insurance agency not wanting to insure because of this? They've had the insurance on it since September and now they are saying they wont insure it becuase of this. Any help here would be nice.

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Old 03-10-2010, 04:03 PM
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I have a 2010 F350 CC/LB that has a GVWR of 11500lbs. USAA insurance is telling me they won't insure the vehicle because it is over 10,000lbs GVWR. Has anyone ever had a problem with either USAA or any other insurance agency not wanting to insure because of this? They've had the insurance on it since September and now they are saying they wont insure it becuase of this. Any help here would be nice.

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I have USAA and an '08 F250 SC/LB. Different GVWR probably, but USAA is covering it.
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I have USAA and an '08 F250 SC/LB. Different GVWR probably, but USAA is covering it.
That's what I said to them too. I had an 08 F-350 and they covered it. They said that this just came into effect late last year and they are not covering anything over 10K GVWR... I've been with them for 14 years now and never had a problem... And now this???
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they are insuring my 99 f350with the door tag sayin 9900lbs. no issues there. and not had one issue from them. plus my loan is with them.

dunno why they said that.
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My 04 has a GVWR of 11k and they are still covering it. Makes me kinda nervous though.
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hmmm never heard of that before I have had them for good while now with no issues but hearing this makes me feel a little uneasy.
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hmmm never heard of that before I have had them for good while now with no issues but hearing this makes me feel a little uneasy.
I talked to a Manager at USAA just a couple of mins ago and she said that if USAA finds out that someones vehicle is over 10000lbs GVWR that they cannot insure it because it's outside of thier guidelines. Now, I have to go through USAA general to get my insurance and most likely it will be higher. Hopefully no one's vehicles get caught like mine did because they will end your coverage at the end of your next cycle.
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hmm, i wonder what they will say about mine. that really sucks if they wont cover my truck. If they do stop coverage then i will just cancel all of my insurance through them... and maybe open a checking, savings, CD, with another bank and do business with someone who will cover me.
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hmm, i wonder what they will say about mine. that really sucks if they wont cover my truck. If they do stop coverage then i will just cancel all of my insurance through them... and maybe open a checking, savings, CD, with another bank and do business with someone who will cover me.
Kinda what I was thinking..............
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hmm, i wonder what they will say about mine. that really sucks if they wont cover my truck. If they do stop coverage then i will just cancel all of my insurance through them... and maybe open a checking, savings, CD, with another bank and do business with someone who will cover me.
Rob, Check your door tag and see if it says 11,500lbs GVRW for me please. If it does then you might be getting a letter from them too. Please let me know what yours says. I know you just bought the new 350, but yours is a Short bed and I'm wondering if there is any differance?
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