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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-16-2012, 12:38 PM Thread Starter
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Time to Change Insurance

Long story short, I've been going around and around with my insurance company about money they think i owe them. As usual when a company is involved, its never anything they did wrong.

The only reason i have stayed with them this long, is the rates -- I basically get full coverage on a 2001 VW Golf, a 1999 Ford F250, and a 2003 Yamaha R6 for about 130 / month, which i have found is hard to beat if your coverages are decent.

Where is good to go -- I've looked at big companies -- i.e. progessive, allstate, but they cant even come close to the premiums that i pay now.

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Or farm bureau ... I can't use State Farm for the next 4 yrs cause of a speeding ticket, lol and Farm Bureau has some awesome rates despite my "Record"
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I'm in the same boat. State Farm really pissed me off recently (wouldn't give me road side assistance because I only had it on my track day car...). Every other provider is $2000+ more a year though...and Century 21 wouldn't even touch me. Post up once you find someone!

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I pay $300 a year for full coverage on an FZ6 through progressive
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Progressive bumped up my rates this upcoming renewal as well, and nothing has changed with my record or vehicles. I guess I'll be shopping around as well.

Last I checked, Progressive was cheaper than everyone by $300-400/year with same coverages, but that was a little over a year ago.
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I had 1000GSXR and assholes in allstate quoted me over 900$ with multi car discount house etc., so I called progressive and got it for 600$ full coverage. Recently my sister-in law started dating insurance broker and he got me insured through progressive - 372$ a year with full coverage. I called 1-800 progressive and ask them WTF, why you guys are so much more that local dealer, there answer was - we have to pay for advertising and some other shit.
I sold GSXR and got 600RR and my full coverage now is 216$ with extra 3k in upgrades. I was thinking skipping middle man would save me money, but looks like local brokers can add some extra discounts.
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