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Old 03-30-2015, 09:24 PM   #15
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On the Magna we just bought Blue Sky wanted $3002 just for it, National General was at $4,400 for both cars and the MH and Miller Ins found basically the same policy for about $1500 less. Haven't checked Geico yet so we'll see what they say.
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Old 03-30-2015, 10:16 PM   #16
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We were Geico customers for 21 years. Saved $1200 a year for 2 cars and MH by switching to 21st Century, a subsidiary of Farmers. Same coverage.
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Great point. When pressed Geico did offer the best rate just not the full replacement value. Rather depreciated value based on book. For less than five hundred dollars I found full replacement value with National interstate. Same deductible etc. I found its best to shop every year. Just my experience.

Well THAT is a huge difference. God forbid there is a total loss but if there were, I have not met anyone that can touch Blue Sky in this department. My total replacement value started at $175,000 (NADA Blue Book at that time) two years ago, and increases to $250,000 over five years.

That gives me peace of mind...

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Old 03-31-2015, 08:06 AM   #18
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Just a note, I started with Blue Sky in year two of ownership and they were competitive. Fast forward to year 2013/2014 they raised the premium $900,00. Not! Shopped till I dropped ended up with National Interstate with the same premium as Last years Blue Sky. The full replacement value effects the premium. I'll lower the value by $50,000 this year and see if that lowers the dollar amount proportionally.
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X2 on GEICO. It's one thing to have premium rates and coverage that are acceptable, but it is also important to see how insurance companies perform when it is time to submit a claim. Over the past 10 years or so I have had 5 claims that were all "no fault" (so my premiums didn't go up) and their performance was wonderful. When we had cars damaged/destroyed by a tornado, or hit by other drivers, we never had any issues about GEICO trying to under pay the amount necessary to make the repairs/replacements.
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We also went to Geico for 2 cars and RV. Also home. Very happy with them. We have had one claim and it was very easy to work with them and no hassle!
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X2 on GEICO. It's one thing to have premium rates and coverage that are acceptable, but it is also important to see how insurance companies perform when it is time to submit a claim. Over the past 10 years or so I have had 5 claims that were all "no fault" (so my premiums didn't go up) and their performance was wonderful. When we had cars damaged/destroyed by a tornado, or hit by other drivers, we never had any issues about GEICO trying to under pay the amount necessary to make the repairs/replacements.

Good choice for an old motorhome that you are not concerned about replacement value in the case of a total loss . . .
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Old 10-23-2015, 04:56 PM   #22
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GEICO 30+ years. Can I get insurance cheaper?? Probable. But man I can't believe I can beat their service. So far loyalty means a lot for us
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Had Blue Sky for two years,cost me $750.00.Its time to renew next month,got my statement,it went up to $1000.00,so i'v been shopping and getting quotes from everyone.It turns out I went with Geico.I got a better policy than what I had with Blue Sky,for the MH,jeep and pickup it was $1050.00.I've been with State Farm for 10 years and didn't realize how bad I was getting ripped until I was reading on here how everyone was saying you better check around,well it payed off big time,
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This past summer I ran into a little problem out in Wyoming, Hail. Called Geico told them what happened to get the claim started and told them I would call back when I returned home a month later, they said no problem. Called back and in two days the adjuster was at the house and looked at both the camper and the toad, $6000 damage for both, she asked where I would like to have them fixed and from that point she took care of the whole deal. Both were fixed within a week and two days. I have a $500 deductible and because the car was hooked to the camper at the time it covered both camper and car. I can't say enough good about this company and glad I made the change. Saved about $300 when I switched.
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