I have had GEICO for years. They used to only insure goverment employee's and they had offices outside evey military installation I went to in 22 years. I guess, to keep up with everyone else they expanded their services to covering everyone but kept the name GEICO and with all of the other normal discounts I get a military discount, even thought, I am now retired. When I came back from England, many years ago lol, I called around to all of the local offices I could find in New Mexico, even the independant's. After the quotes came in GEICO was the cheapest and on my last phone call I told the agent that I was probably going to go with GEICO and was promply told that there was no way they could beat GEICO. Had them ever since. Over the years I have had numerous claims for one thing or the other and never had a problem. They were very easy to work with, kept me very informed of any claims or problems they were having. When the DW totaled a used Land Rover I had just bought for her (lasted 3 months) they came down - took pictures - let us get our personal items out of the vehicle. The agent told me that if I wanted to, I could keep up with everything he was doing on their web site. Over the next few days I would log on in the morning and evening - saw all the pictures, quotes for repairs or replacement of the vehicle and a week later had a check. Could not ask for any better or faster service. I don't even look around anymore.
Mel MSgt. USAF (Ret)
1986 Prowler 3000 CL 5er
2006 GMC SLE Reese 16K Pro Fifth Wheel w/slide