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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-22-2009, 10:16 PM Thread Starter
 
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Progressive car insurance? Yay or nay

Progressive car/truck insurance? Any bad reps from this place? It's got a $20 lower premium over my American Family which is only liability. So any experience opinions would help out. Thanks

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I used to have Progressive...thought it was pretty good, low premiums and pretty good coverage. The only reason I switched was because when I went from my 600 to 1000cc bike, Progressive went from $40/mo to $115/mo; and State Farm was $45/mo.
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I used to have Progressive...thought it was pretty good, low premiums and pretty good coverage. The only reason I switched was because when I went from my 600 to 1000cc bike, Progressive went from $40/mo to $115/mo; and State Farm was $45/mo.
Dank you! I've had progressive for all my bikes which was always a good rate(never on a I4 1000) but was just curious about the car insurance.

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I used to have Geico when I first got my car but Progressive was cheaper and every time I renew they lower their rates for me a little bit so I've been staying with them for almost 6yrs now.
Also, when I was rear ended, they were extremely helpful in getting me my money from the lady who rear ended me so I give them a thumbs up with no complaints.

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