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Old 01-21-2017, 11:36 AM   #1
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When I first bought my Class C in 2015, the annual insurance premium was around $480 with Progressive. Then, in 2016, it went down to $468.75.

I just received my renewal notice (due in February) and the premium went up $122.01 to $590.76. I was a bit surprised that it jumped up so much even though I've had no accidents or claims of any kind.

Still, $590.76 is still relatively cheap these days for a full year's insurance premium (not a full-timer). I will stay with Progressive unless it is hiked a year from now.
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You should call to find out what it went up? Also you must due a credit Ck on you to see if anyone useing your name like they did ours.
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You should call to find out what it went up? Also you must due a credit Ck on you to see if anyone useing your name like they did ours.
I called Progressive and they said it was "due to the cost of doing business in California" and that they hadn't raised premiums "in quite a while".
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I had Progressive for my motorhome, thru USAA, and they covered my car, truck and the sand car/dune buggy. Dec was a letter to say that the buggy would not be covered any longer. I called and they said to call and see if the new underwriter would cover it. I'm not worried about it, so I forgot. I called on 28 Jan, a few days ago. They cancelled my entire policy, car, truck AND the buggy. I had been driving around for 10 days with no insurance at all. Man was I p!ssed.

I got USAA to cover the car and truck. I went to Allstate for the motorhome, home owners and the buggy. I'm a little bit better off now with less payments over all.

Progressive can hug my hiney, that was a dirty thing to do, and didn't notify me about anything but the buggy.
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TT are not that bad, yet.
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I have/had (runs out next week, not renewing) Progressive through USAA for 2 years. They want to raise my rates almost $200 to $940.

If you are eligible for AARP, I just got Hartford ins through them and it will be $467! Basically half Progressive price!

I don't necessarily agree with AARP's politics, but for over 400 bucks I joined.

You can check it out without joining. I think I went to AARP.com and clicked on auto ins to get to Hartford. Then I call and talked to an agent just to make sure I was comparing apples to apples.
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