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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-06-2012, 02:37 PM Thread Starter
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LA insurance vendors/cost

Hey guys I'm currently living near Philly and might be making the move out west to the LA/Santa Monica area. Do you guys recommend and insurance companies out there besides the big companies ie. Geico/allstate/ etc. We have a company out here called rider insurance and I'm paying roughly 600/6months. Thanks for reading

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 11-06-2012, 03:20 PM
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def. check out state farm, when i was looking for insurance back in the day they were by far the best deal out there... if u need a email friendly agent, PM me...


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Safeco is decently priced here in Orange County


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+1 on Statefarm. I shopped around A LOT before I stayed with Statefarm. It's significantly cheaper if you insure your car with them as well, get good grades, don't have any points on your record, etc.

Even without all those discounts, their baseline is much lower than the other companies I looked into.

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Statefarm gave me the best offer


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I have McGraw / PSIC (Pacific Specialty Insurance Company).
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I have McGraw as well and they are extremely affordable compared to other companies in my area.

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AAA 350 a year with a speeding ticket. full coverage
plus road side assistance which is 170 for motorcycles totally worth it

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Thanks for the replies guys. hopefully when I get out there I run into some of you

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