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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-07-2016, 08:33 PM Thread Starter
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Dropping Country Companies and switching to Dairyland. Been with CC for 10+ years, they refuse to renew our auto policy due to 2 claims in a year. Wife had minor accidents, both payouts came to 3K total payout. So after 10 years of house, 4 cars, 2 bikes, a boat, they are dropping our car coverage. Well I am dropping them period. USAA for house and cars, Dairyland for bike. Dairy has better coverage for less cost. $500 deduct dairyand $388 a year, CC with $1000 deduct was $432 a year.

I thank this forum for putting me on to Dairyland.


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I have had dairyland insurance for a few years for both my RGs and they Great coverage prices. I never had to make a claim with them though.


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I have had Dairyland on the bikes for many years , renewing this month , with $6000 additional accessories coverage , my renewal on auto pay is less than $41 a month , one claim in Oct '12 when someone backed into the bike in Tennessee , and the claims guy was at the house within hours of us getting home , paid real fast ..

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Thx good to hear about their quality of response.


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When I bought my '13 in August the salesman cave me a number to call to get my insurance lowered. It Was American RV. They broker for several companies. Long story short I was paying over 1200 a year on my '09 Roadking through Progressive. American RV set me up with Dairy Land with the same coverage as I had on the RK for 389 a year when I bought my '13 RGC. I'm thinking that ain’t bad. Since they only deal in the RV side of things boats, RVs and bikes they hooked us up with a sister company that deals in car insurance. That moved us from GIICO to Safeco and saved us another 1000+ per year. So we are pretty happy with things.


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