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Old 06-06-2016, 12:01 PM
Shanna Linton Shanna Linton is offline
 
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Can I ask a general question about aviation insurance? What limits do most folks have on there policy? Mine is shown below. I will accept no hull coverage in order to get a decent premium. Thanks in advance...

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Hi Jim,

Bob is correct that $1,000,000 Per Occurrence and $100,000 Per Passenger are the standard liability limits for experimental aircraft. However, recently most markets have started to offer higher passengers limits as long as all named pilots have make and model time. Some companies offer slightly more competitive (affordable) rates than others.
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