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Old 08-28-2007, 11:35 PM   #11
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I'm leaving State Farm for Allstate. I can't believe how much I'm saving with them. Almost the same coverage (deductibles were adjusted a bit) for 100 bucks less....









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Old 08-28-2007, 11:43 PM   #12
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Progressive FTW.
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I only went with them because they had the lowest rates around. Geico was 3x any of the other quotes. I have not had to use my insurance at all yet (knock on wood), but I know I would be treated good.

not true.. it all depends are what state your in and how long you had your license and if you had any tickets or accidents.. that what makes the difference..

i have geico and i pay a total of $1200 a year in pa for full coverage on the 95 se and liabilty on the 88sse together..... and when i quoted with progressive they wanted $1978 for the year for both cars with the same coverage i got now..

check around and call up and get some quotes and compare.... it will be worth it to do your research on your area and who is the cheapest and best instead of listening to us..... trust me
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Progressive FTW.
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I only went with them because they had the lowest rates around. Geico was 3x any of the other quotes. I have not had to use my insurance at all yet (knock on wood), but I know I would be treated good.

And with the Haro Award hanging above your desk lets hope you don't use it anytime soon lol
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usaa

for the win. much cheaper than anything else for me....You need to have served in the military or had a parent that served.
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For me, it'* Farmer'* FTW!
$75/mo for FULL for my Bonne...and I'm not even 25 yet!
$25 PLPD for my ex-Cavalier

They have a great multi-car discount, and multi-policy discount, plus low home insurance rates...friendly agents...etc etc.

(Although, I did get lucky and signed up under my parent'* policy to get those discounts...but I'm not under their roof...many options you can look into)
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State Fraud sucks. I have Allstate and pay $750 for 6 months.
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3 supercharged cars on my plan with 2 accidents, 2 speeding tickets in the past 5 years and I'm still under 90 a month.

farmers will cost me over 200 a month.
Allstate will charge me over 200 a month
Guico will charge me around 180 a month

Very similar when I had just one car on the plan. it was around 50 bucks.

I am 21.
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Iíve had progressive for over 2 yearsÖ No accidents, tickets, or anything. I donít have much to say about them since I never had to test their service.

I currently pay ~$90 a/month for full coverage on my 98 SSEi and Iím 20 years old.

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The He|| with you all 3 cars insured plus the Bonne and m paying 320 a month for the bonne

and just under 700 for the truck and 2 other cars.
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I am currently 24 and have no tickets or accidents "on record" (I was not at fault, and no claims)

Anyways, I am just now reaching the end of yet another GEICO policy, which only totalled $293 for a 6 month policy.

However, after looking here, I believe I am going to switch to Progressive. Back when I first got GEICO, Progressive was much higher. After getting a quote today, they are now $100 cheaper than what I'm paying now for a better policy, and better deductibles, plus I've only heard phenomenal things about their ability to take care of customers.
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