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Old 04-06-2011, 06:43 PM   #36
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I have Farm Bureau, house and car...
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I pay $33 a month but thts only cause my car is under my parents name n they have AARP....I think thts wht it is
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Old 04-06-2011, 08:22 PM   #38
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AARP told me I had an automatic membership because my spouse joined... Then they sent me a bill.

Screw them...

My insurance is reasonable and my agent is a car guy, and very likable. When my cars were hit by a tornado, I had a check for a fair amount, in my hand, within two days...

It took over a year to get my money for my house damage, and the adjuster was a major jerk. Funny thing is, the cars and the house damage were for the same amount..I changed my home owners insurance after that...
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AARP told me I had an automatic membership because my spouse joined... Then they sent me a bill.

Screw them...

My insurance is reasonable and my agent is a car guy, and very likable. When my cars were hit by a tornado, I had a check for a fair amount, in my hand, within two days...

It took over a year to get my money for my house damage, and the adjuster was a major jerk. Funny thing is, the cars and the house damage were for the same amount..I changed my home owners insurance after that...
..And the best way to "let `em know"-when you are dissatisfied with their 'service'/pricing, or anything else-is to take your business elsewhere!
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Old 04-07-2011, 11:01 AM   #40
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Mine is 1,000 deductible because it is financed.
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One of my buddies has to pay $450 a month! All because he has 4 tickets and he is 19, but I only pay $58 a month and I'm 17.. I paid $120 a month for my car that was turbo'd. That's ridiculous that they want you to pay that much!
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One of my buddies has to pay $450 a month! All because he has 4 tickets and he is 19, but I only pay $58 a month and I'm 17.. I paid $120 a month for my car that was turbo'd. That's ridiculous that they want you to pay that much!
I might be able to understand it, if I was a teenager, but I've been there done that. I'm 41 and 2k a year is ridiculous. Hell and that's with a 1k deductible.
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I might be able to understand it, if I was a teenager, but I've been there done that. I'm 41 and 2k a year is ridiculous. Hell and that's with a 1k deductible.
Yeah that's ridiculous I'm only 17, and my coverage is 100/250/100. I would get quotes from multiple companies.
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Old 04-20-2011, 04:58 AM   #44
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Try a collectorcar imsurance company if its not your daily driver car. I have a company out of FL called Heacock insurance on all my cars that are toys driven cars.

You can get an agreeded value on your car with a mile cap of like I think 6000 miles a year for really cheep.
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My insurance went down 9 bucks this month for some reason. I'm 27 with no tickets/crashes in 4+ years and it's 87 bucks a month on a 2011 GT.
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Old 04-22-2011, 12:33 PM   #46
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A good driving record is the key to good insurance rates and age.
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A good driving record is the key to good insurance rates and age.
Well, I'm 41 and haven't had a ticket or accident in 15 years. I guess it's the car, well I know it's the car, my liability is only 200.00 a year. The other 1800.00 is C&C.
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I pay 200 for my 2011
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I'm with progressive and I've got full coverage on my cbr1000rr and my 04' GT, 22, horrible driving record (thank you motorcycle), and I pay 281 a month for both combined
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Just checked with my dad, I'm on my parents' insurance with usaa and full coverage with a $500 deductible costs just over $1800 a year which by month isn't too bad. With a perfect driving record cause I drive like a granny... Well that or cops don't see me, but we'll go with that...
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I found that many of the insurance companys will have really cheap car insurance but high home owners or vice versa...i have a 2011 5.0 and a 2008 escape and my monthly cost is 165$ I am also with state farm. But I get a multi discount with home and car... 500 deduct on car. By the way I am 25 & married
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yep those insurance guys have us by the short hairs alright.
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I have progressive with a $100 deductible and I pay $102 per month
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I have ANPAC an I pay $480 every six months for my 2011 5.0.
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Old 05-19-2011, 09:28 PM   #55
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Re: F&@$ u insurance company

Not sure what I pay for everything but I know When I picked up the new Mustang my insurance went up $100 per month. I also have 08 F150 everyday driver and 99 ranger in storage for winter to drive. Paying way to much,
Where does everyone go to get good insurance wirh good rates?
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when I traded my 98GT for my 06GT my payments went up 25 or 27 dollars I don't think thats too bad.
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