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Old 11-07-2012, 09:12 PM   #15
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Progressive now, we used safeco before that. No claims on either.
Check out GMAC. I had Progressive until I compared rates and coverage. Also GMAC has what I consider better customer service.
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Old 11-07-2012, 09:14 PM   #16
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This info is all too timely. I just got my homeowners and auto insurance bill from Allstate today, and both have gone up again. I'm droping them in the morning. I've owned multiple homes for the past 25 yaers, and currently have 5 cars insured with then, no tickets or claims ever... and that's how they play me. I'm done with Allstate. Bite me Allstate.
Check out GMAC .
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Old 11-08-2012, 04:33 PM   #17
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check out Blue Sky..you have to go through Poliseek. Their rated good and the rates were below National Insurance.
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Old 11-08-2012, 05:00 PM   #18
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This info is all too timely. I just got my homeowners and auto insurance bill from Allstate today, and both have gone up again. I'm droping them in the morning. I've owned multiple homes for the past 25 yaers, and currently have 5 cars insured with then, no tickets or claims ever... and that's how they play me. I'm done with Allstate. Bite me Allstate.
We had the same issue with Allstate on homeowners, they increased our annual premium considerably so I shopped it to USAA and was amazed to receive better coverage at 60% less premium. I dumped Allstate pronto on the house but I kept it for our cars and MH for the moment.
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Old 11-08-2012, 05:26 PM   #19
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I have Hartford through AARP handled by my local independent insurance agent for our coach as well as all of our other 4 vehicles. The rates are very favorable (compared to all the other quotes we received) and include special Emergency Motor Home Roadside Assistance coverage. I just had to replace the passenger side windshield this past month and was extremely satisfied with the service. The glass company shipped the glass to the local shop of my choice and it all went without a hitch.
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Old 11-08-2012, 05:28 PM   #20
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I just left Progressive for GMAC. Much better coverage for less money. I have also heard from what I consider a most reliable source that when you need help from your insurance company you may not want to depend on Progressive.

Same here......we just left Progressive and signed on with GMAC......as a matter of fact, I just placed a claim for a small windshield chip today, and it is going to be repaired tomorrow. It's a one piece and it is the original windshield, with such a small chip, I hated to replace and disturbe the seal....besides the damage on the windshield has to be the size of a dollar or more to replace the whole windshield.
The chip repair is at no cost to me .......nada.....the glass guy charges 55.00 dollars to the insurance company for the repair. He told me if I didn't go through the insurance he would charge me 30.00 cash money.
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Old 11-08-2012, 06:29 PM   #21
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Check out GMAC .
Very good rates thru FMCA. Let you suspend the collision and plpd in many States when in storage. Saves a few $$

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Well, we just got our rv and added it to our State Farm policy. Although our RV is a 2001, the same coverage we enjoy for our cars and trucks (250.00 deductible) cost just $600 per year. We were amazed!

Buy the way, we have been very pleased with State Farm for over 40 years.
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Getting quotes today, so far, GMAC has had the best rates for us. I hope to get this all sealed up and done by tomorrow afternoon. I had thoughts of pulling it out of the building to do a few things, but we are getting snow here today. I guess those fix it items will wait until spring.
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For 17 years we've had excellent service from "Foremost Insurance Company."

Highly recommend them
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Old 11-10-2012, 03:32 AM   #25
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This isn't an exact answer to your question. It's more how I found a great rate!

When I went to get insurance for my travel trailer, I found out that my homeowners and also my automobile policy don't insure RV's.

So, I went to Gilbert RV Insurance and they shopped my numbers around and came up with a terrific policy at Progressive.

You might want to give them a try.

http://www.gilbertrvinsurance.com/

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I have had Allstate for all of it, boat, cars, home and motor home. We keep trying to shop around but did not find that much difference. Will have to look again. We replaced the windshield on the motor home last year, no cost, great service, no increase in premium. Has worked so far.
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I have used Progressive for a number of years. Their web site is convenient. They had a good response to a window replacement we had. I think they do a lot of motorhomes, so they seem to understand the product.
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Like the others said shop around. You might find alot of differences in pricing.

We've had Geico for 3 years (both car & RV) and they've consistently been the most cost effective for us. Last time I checked they were a good $400 cheaper than GMAC (for us). ER
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