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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-18-2016, 07:48 AM Thread Starter
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I had the same insurance for 15 years, when my auto policy came due there was yet another small increase. I decided to get some quotes. $700 savings on auto, bike and home. Do a little work save big bucks. I went from Farmers to Liberty Mutual, it my be different for you.
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 10-18-2016, 08:50 AM
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Dairyland on the bikes for years , Farmers for everything else . Farmers did several small claims on storm damage on the house and claims on cages , have had them over twenty five years .. We had a total loss in 2007 with the house fire , and after the treatment we got from Farmers on that and the fact that they didn't cancel when we rebuilt tells me claim service and customer service means more than saving a few dollars on premiums .. I may pay a few more bucks , but I know where they are when I need them .. we are out in the woods and pay a premium for the house anyways ..

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I have liberty Mutual for my Home and a few of my properties also, my RV trailer but, when I comes to my bikes they seem to not like to ensure them? so I went with Geico for my Motorcycles. I total agree shop around. Just because you have been with a company for years doe's not mean they have your best interested in mind.


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As his first post.......this smells like an advertisement without paying Sponsorship Ad Fees.

I could be wrong.......
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been with usaa for over 35 years. everytime I try to price shop, they tell me, 'oh, we can't touch that rate' so I keep staying. have always had great service with them as well.

for the bikes though, when I bought my first bike in 2002, I went with progressive through hd insurance. if I get a price increase, I get pissed and go rate shopping. i'm still with them if that tells you anything. and I have to admit, they've always treated me right as well.

I did do a rate check between progressive direct, and progressive through hd. surprisingly enough, through hd was cheaper. go figure that one out.

the important thing is to make sure that you are comparing apples to apples. don't let one company try to snowball you by saying you can save x dollars, when, in order to get that savings, they are cutting your accessory coverage, raising your deductible, etc. I've had more than one company try that with me.

I understand the concept of reality, but find it too confining for a way of life.

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This was my first post as beltfed, I reregistered and couldn't use old name of amfyoyo due to email issues, I changed internet services and they dumped my old email. So no connection to any companies mentioned except as a customer. No advertising conspiracy.
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PM me and we can rehook you under your old handle

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Geico has worked well for me over the years. It was nice to get a quote on the VIN before doing the deal and then when I was at the dealer trading in I switched over to the quote in a matter of minutes before I went out the door on the RGU.
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