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Old 03-15-2007, 01:24 PM
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Default EAA builders Insurance

OK, I have a hangar now YAHOOOOOOOO and inquired into insurance, tools are covered by my homeowners

Only coverage I found was from EAA and it is a rip off - badly

40,000 minimum coverage for $400 a year, covers only the parts, absolutely no labor, no liability

my buddy with a Bonanza has REAL coverage, hull, liability, etc and pays 1300 a year for a flying plane.

Sorry to say it - EAA fell on its face with this one
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