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Old 05-12-2015, 07:33 PM   #1
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Anyone use Foremost Insurance?

I started switching my vehicles from Progressive today. My Manx dunebuggy was insured by Progressive for $1,000.00 a year. They didn't know how to classify it and had it as another car instead of an occasional driver and towed. Foremost with 50/100/50 limits was $285.00 a year.
Foremost is the "toy" division of Farmers. I know, after talking to a friend Exec at Geico, they make very little on the toys but hope to get the house, life, cars etc.
So far so good, doing the boat and motorcycles next.
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I started switching my vehicles from Progressive today. My Manx dunebuggy was insured by Progressive for $1,000.00 a year. They didn't know how to classify it and had it as another car instead of an occasional driver and towed. Foremost with 50/100/50 limits was $285.00 a year.
Foremost is the "toy" division of Farmers. I know, after talking to a friend Exec at Geico, they make very little on the toys but hope to get the house, life, cars etc.
So far so good, doing the boat and motorcycles next.
While shopping for Insurance for my Motor Home, I almost went with progressive with a local agent, But after reading to many complaints and horror stories about them I went with Good Sam. They had a rate that was only a few dollars more than Progressive. My cars and homes are insured with AARP / Hartford, But they were $200 a year more than anyone else for my Motor Home so I switched Just the Motor Home. No one else has been able to beat them for the coverage that I have on my cars and homes. I have been with them for 24 years. We had a Mobile home for our winter home in Arizona and it was insured by Foremost as AARP / Hartford does not insure Mobile Homes. THe price was right and we had no problems with Foremost.
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For many years we had our motorhomes insured with Foremost along with a motorcycle. In 2001, I had a $460 towing claim which they paid promptly. No other claims. Two years ago when we bought out current coach, I checked with Good Sam. Foremost's premium had been slowly increasing and thought a comparison was needed. National Ins annual premium (thru Good Sam) beat them by $600. After a year with National, no increase in Premium.
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I'm a USAA member and they directed me to Foremost for Motorhome insurance. I had a windshield replaced no issues but I recently obtained a quote from Gieco and the premiums were much lower for better coverage so I switched to Geico.
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