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Old 05-26-2017, 08:31 PM   #15
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TT Insurance - why so much?

Wow 150 to 200 I'm getting smoked at 586 a year and I pay 100 a year for a golf cart
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Wow 150 to 200 I'm getting smoked at 586 a year and I pay 100 a year for a golf cart
The lowest I'm getting with a $500 deductible is $450. Called Nationwide today on an earlier suggestion...$648. Progressive at $450 it is...
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I am paying less than 200 dollars add on to my insurance, thru Harford (AARP) It could also be based on the amount of time you will be using it. That is a question that I was asked.
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Smokey Robinson said it best, "you better shop around"! I've found Independant Agents to be the best, none of the big companies are competitive and their service is terrible. Our TT insurance is under $150/yr, but we have a lot of different lines, umbrellas, own several businesses, never had any claims, etc. All with the same insurance broker. We left State Farm years ago and never looked back!
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