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Old 10-07-2016, 06:22 AM   #15
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You do not need an agent to get progressive. You can do it on line or call them direct. they have roadside programs as well. You buy what coverage you want and pay for before or as I prefer later. We have used Progressive for three roadside assistance issues. Alternator, Belt and Radiator. They secured road service mechanic for us in the case of the alternator but ended up at a FL dealer for replacement. For the belt they were ready to get us a tow but while waiting they found us a repair garage open on Saturday and less than 1 mile from our location and on the radiator they got us a tow company for a 2.5 hours tow home. the tow was lower cost than normal and was only $500. If I paid more for my roadside I could have had a lower bill but my choice was a cheaper plan with only 25 miles of tow.

I have progressive for my other cars and motorcycles. very easy to deal with and ONline support is great.

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As far as roadside insurance we have been carrying Coach-Net but "knock on wood" we have not had to use them so can't tell you how it would work out but have heard good and bad about both, Coach-Net and Good Sam.
Regular insurance, we are fulltimers so that cuts back on options but we had Progressive years ago and then they kept raising rates so we switched to National General and now they have raised there rates . Our policy comes due again in 30 days so I have been shopping and it looks like Progressive once again will save us a few hundred dollars a year so we will be switching once again, and I'm sure over time you will to, it seems to be the name of the game.
We have gone through Miller the last 4 years but they seemed put out because I asked them to shop our insurance again this year (that IS there job afterall) and the comment was we should just stay with National because whoever we go with will just raise rates again next year like National so I may just do Progressive on my own or go through American Advantage who is like Miller.

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