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Old 06-07-2010, 04:42 PM   #21
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Yeah and ummm.... the did'nt knwo the car had a blower. On the upside, the All State plan has new car replacement so if i get totaled i get a new 11 not a similar used 10.
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Old 06-07-2010, 04:48 PM   #22
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my driving record is perfect, the wife can't drive for anything.
Show me a woman that can drive well, and I will show you a woman with more Y chromosomes than she cares to admit.

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Old 06-07-2010, 04:51 PM   #23
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Damn boss the wife and I spend around 150 a month when the 2011 comes in for three cars and she had 6400 in hail damage last year and I totaled the Bullitt out earlier this year which was about 25500. Shelter, been with them my hole life...really my parents had them since before I was born lol.

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Old 06-07-2010, 04:54 PM   #24
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Geico canceled my mother's insurance she had with them in 1986 due to a minor fender bender which was only 900.00 in repairs. I'm sure 900.00 was a lot more money then than now, but it was the first and only claim made on the policy. Their excuse to cancel, "Mamn, since you and your military husband divorced you are non military and no longer qualify to have a policy with us." WTF?

Long story short, they paid the claim, dropped her...and she has been with Allstate ever since. May I add that Allstate has taken very good care of us during the years. Geico can suck it and will never get another dollar from our family.

Now that I am older (34) I too am with Allstate and will never take my business elsewhere unless poor customer service happens with them as well.
Allstate can't hold a candle to USAA so you should look into those guys since your dad was in the Military.
You will never get dropped (unless your wreck every month) and if you have a claim with them, they won't try to give you the shaft since they operate like a credit union.
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Old 06-07-2010, 04:54 PM   #25
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I wish I could apply with USAA but I don't fit their criteria.
Now you have my curiosity....what it their "criteria"?
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Old 06-07-2010, 05:06 PM   #26
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Now you have my curiosity....what it their "criteria"?
You or someone in your family has/had to serve in the military or work for the Government.

Get a quote from them and compare it with Allstate.
Also, they're a lot more clement than the other guys when you get tickets or small claims...
They're more eager to not raise your policy.

With all my dealings with them through my customers, they're the only ones that are always straight forward and listen to body shops as well.
I almost always get OEM parts when I ask. For that reason alone, they're ahead of the pack.

I only heard of a bad experience with them and it's from a member here.
Nothing is absolute I guess...
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Old 06-07-2010, 05:21 PM   #27
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Well in defense to GEICO, I used to have Progressive I was paying close to 3000 a year for insurance, I'm 38 years old and have some stuff on my record but not terrible. I went on line to get a quote right after buying the 2010 v6 and for the exact same coverage I am paying 1200 a year now.
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Old 06-07-2010, 05:30 PM   #28
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Well in defense to GEICO, I used to have Progressive I was paying close to 3000 a year for insurance, I'm 38 years old and have some stuff on my record but not terrible. I went on line to get a quote right after buying the 2010 v6 and for the exact same coverage I am paying 1200 a year now.
That is exactly how they got my business a few years ago. they were $100 monthly cheaper than State Farm and now here i am.
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Allstate can't hold a candle to USAA so you should look into those guys since your dad was in the Military.
You will never get dropped (unless your wreck every month) and if you have a claim with them, they won't try to give you the shaft since they operate like a credit union.
Me and my girl have USAA their great! And they even do car loans too.
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Old 06-07-2010, 05:32 PM   #30
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You or someone in your family has/had to serve in the military or work for the Government.

Get a quote from them and compare it with Allstate.
Also, they're a lot more clement than the other guys when you get tickets or small claims...
They're more eager to not raise your policy.

With all my dealings with them through my customers, they're the only ones that are always straight forward and listen to body shops as well.
I almost always get OEM parts when I ask. For that reason alone, they're ahead of the pack.

I only heard of a bad experience with them and it's from a member here.
Nothing is absolute I guess...

Hmmm, so my mother works for the texas state government and my dad was in the national guard right when the nam draft started, he got out in 73. Wonder if either of those will suffice?
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