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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-13-2013, 02:34 PM Thread Starter
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I just had my bike policy done through State Farm and it wound up saving me close to $250.00 a year. I was originally paying close to $500 and now down to $257.00 a year. i also dont have to list all my accessories or provide receipts since they took photos of the bike and there is no limit on accsesories.

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Do you insure everything with them?? Last time I tried, they dropped me after a month because I would not insure my home and cars with them. What a bunch of ****!!!

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Kinda relate them all to independent Harley Dealers, roll the dice
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I know rates are different for many reasons, but the reason I left State Farm after almost 30 years was because Allstate offered me better rates for everything, I'm saving over $3k a year to bundle with Allstate over Statefarm....I told my ex agent, and he tried to run the loyaly bit on me....are you kidding, lol.

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With SF over 20, bikes don't play into auto rates (at least here), We played the loyality game on them, esp in 08-11, told em we give on their $hit, the rate increases disappeared and rates went down in HALF, he braggs on our bike's or praises us, go figure
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got the bikes with Dairyland , everything else is Farmers ..

Dairyland done me better than right last year when a macaroon backed into the bike on vacation in Tennessee ..

Farmers done me better than right in 2007 after our house burned to the ground , total loss there ..

I am one who used to raise h*** with agents over premiums , me keepee mouth shut now

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Meanwhile dbell I left allstate for the same reason. I saved almost $2,800 between all policies with the exclusion if the motor home progressive had and has the lowest rate there. So I switched over to State Farm. ....why should my annual homeowners be almost as much as my monthly mortgage ! Fuckem !

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Have state farm for over 40 years. Insuring 5 cars, 2 bikes and 2 houses. No one else can touch the rates and the service that I get from them. However, I always listen to other proposals.


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Have state farm for over 40 years. Insuring 5 cars, 2 bikes and 2 houses. No one else can touch the rates and the service that I get from them. However, I always listen to other proposals.

28 years with State Farm, so far nobody can beat them. Agents for other companies can't believe how low my rates are.
This a perfect example of where Dave Ramsey's anti-credit rating advice doesn't work. Just try to get decent insurance rates with no credit rating.....

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I know rates are different for many reasons, but the reason I left State Farm after almost 30 years was because Allstate offered me better rates for everything, I'm saving over $3k a year to bundle with Allstate over Statefarm....I told my ex agent, and he tried to run the loyaly bit on me....are you kidding, lol.
I'm with Dbell. I switched to Allstate from State Farm about 4 years ago. Saved me over$1000/year.


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