£262 for annual world wide travel, including flying light aircraft, at age 71. Cover runs over into age 72. Haywards, starting 6 August 2012. I've had this for several years, with no claims so far. They also cover our Group plane.
I'd like to know the company. As an alien I've never been able to get Renter's Insurance in the US, and I'm planning to return in the autumn. (I've been able to get written agreements with an acceptable deductable - about what I have with our Group machine.)
Renter's Insurance is a must if hiring in the USA. Most FBO's only offer the minimum of cover and in a litigious country like Uncle Sam, one's liabilities after an accident could be horrendous. The AOPA scheme is the simplest & the best; but last time I was in the States they would only insure if one had a US 'permanent' address. I was fortunate that 'mine host' was happy with me using his home as my 'residence'. UK AOPA was trying to persuade US AOPA to remove this restriction (since most UK's hire when in the States) but I haven't heard of the outcome.
After talking to insurance guys, at the Rocky Mountain Fly-in in 2010, I'm not sure using someone elses address would be valid, if it came to a claim. They gave there reasons for not covering non-residents.