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post #1 of 55 (permalink) Old 05-26-2007, 10:05 AM Thread Starter
 
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Insurace

Just a general question about your insurance....

1.) Who do you have insurance with?

2.) How much do you pay monthly?
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state farm...can't remember off the top of my head, but it is a hell of a lot cheaper than progressive!!! FO SHO!!



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Yeah, I have been reading other forums and State Farm seems to be the best; going there Tuesday. I already have them for Auto and Renters Insurance. Sorry for the repost.
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geico was the cheapest for me
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State Farm, $290 a year full coverage with small deductibles.
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Yeah, I have been reading other forums and State Farm seems to be the best; going there Tuesday. I already have them for Auto and Renters Insurance. Sorry for the repost.
they will definately hook you up then. they wanted to insure my car too but they couldn't match what i am paying with geico.



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State Farm is cool until you get a ticket, then they drop your ass like nobody's business, so as long as you don't get a ticket you're good
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Just got State Farm the other day and pay $291 a year.
They also hooked me up with a very basic medical plan
for $102 a year. I've decided I like them.
O and I'm 25 with a clean record.
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USAA but underwritten by Progressive Direct. Comp coverage that includes gear is costing me about $200 for the year.

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I dont get it... I got quoted $210 a month with state farm! Anyone with state farm live in Arizona? Pm me with your agents name so I can get a quote from them! I am 23 and have a flawless record... (no tickets or accidents ever)
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seems like state farm is taking it by far
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i have AAA and i pay 150$ in january and after that for the next 8 months i pay only 35$ a month for full coverage and i only pay 9 months out of the year

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The edge... theres no honest way to explain it, because thoes who know where it is have gone over..
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State Farm, when I get my 07RR it will be 31 a month or 180 ish /6 months.
But that is with car, house, life ins and I am in their mutual company, meaning I have been with them over 3-5 years or something...

06.600rr Sent you a PM with my agent info in Phoenix. Good Luck.

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I dont get it... I got quoted $210 a month with state farm! Anyone with state farm live in Arizona? Pm me with your agents name so I can get a quote from them! I am 23 and have a flawless record... (no tickets or accidents ever)
edit got a good one

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How is your credit? I don't know how weighted it is with statefarm.. But Geico.. ACK back in the day I tried to ins a car with them and Said the hell with that. they were almost 90% on credit and not the driving record. If memory suits me though they got poped a bit for that.
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2006

$426/Year

$500 deductables

I'm only 17....

they charge by the cc

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State Farm

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$426/Year

$500 deductables

I'm only 17....

they charge by the cc
My quote was 100 a month for liability. For a 2003. Thought it was my age guess not. I'm 19, 20 in a week.

edit: it was for full. i am an idiot.

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My quote was 100 a month for liability. For a 2003. Thought it was my age guess not. I'm 19, 20 in a week.
do u have ur car with them too? because we have 2 cars and my bike

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do u have ur car with them too? because we have 2 cars and my bike

edit: i'm an idiot a phone call and state farm hooked me up.

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State Farm, when I get my 07RR it will be 31 a month or 180 ish /6 months.
But that is with car, house, life ins and I am in their mutual company, meaning I have been with them over 3-5 years or something...

06.600rr Sent you a PM with my agent info in Phoenix. Good Luck.
Thanks for the PM. I called the guy and he was able to drop the quote to $150 a month with $1000 deductible. The biggest factor is my age. I had him quote me as if I was 25 and it was only $51 a month with $500 deductible...
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i want that insurance

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Progressive. $75 a year.
$6.25 a month, who is your agent.
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