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Old 11-23-2010, 02:45 AM   #1
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Renewal time for auto and home insurance and I'm thinking of switching to a place that is senior friendly. I've been able to come up with AAA and AARP. So which one provides better insurance services? Need suggestions.
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AARP isn't an insurance. All they do is lend their name to an insurance company and will give you a small discount on a company insurance, usually the Hartford group. They may be friendly to you to get your business going with a insurance company, but that's as far as their friendliness goes. As to AAA I don't know how they work.
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I had The Hartford through AARP, but they got to be too expensive.

I found better coverage at about half the rate with Allied, via Farm and City.

However insurance rates are highly personalized and everyone's rates are influenced by many factors, so everyone needs to do their own comparisons.
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