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My insurance renewal comes up in a couple months & I would like some input from my peer group ! For those of you willing , will you please rate your insurance company relationship , how they have treated you , problems, compliments , etc ,and provide any recommendations , you wish?

I am currently with Progressive, and LOOKING elsewhere!!!!
Happy New Year to all
 

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My insurance renewal comes up in a couple months & I would like some input from my peer group ! For those of you willing , will you please rate your insurance company relationship , how they have treated you , problems, compliments , etc ,and provide any recommendations , you wish?

I am currently with Progressive, and LOOKING elsewhere!!!!
Happy New Year to all
Also , can anyone add info as to any insurance changes, issues? if one were to decide to " TRIKE " your ride?? Do insurance companies rate trikes in same class as two wheels??
 

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face it you are an Eco Terrorist doing Jihad on PC socialist taking over the planet

Also , can anyone add info as to any insurance changes, issues? if one were to decide to " TRIKE " your ride?? Do insurance companies rate trikes in same class as two wheels??
yep. thats affirmative. my agent upped (double) the value of my harley aka; betty the buick. cost increase was modest. I didnt say cheap, I said modest.

tho a trike is bigger (more visable), more stable (wont tip over), slower (its damn near a car!) and not likely to get stolen(who the heck would go out of their way for this?)... still its a recreational vehicle and you are classified as a (health) risk to society for non conformance to the mass of sheeple in little tin lunch boxes running on corn oil and solar flares.

then again in defiance of all things small and energy efficient, I went out and got me the biggest pick up truck on the lot, able to pull a 5th wheel trailer full of recreational vehicles and other anti eco freindly devices to reek havoc on these unseemly life forms. dang, if only I'd got me a smoke belching diesel to announce my approach. sheesh, and you thought this was just about insurance? out, ponch
 

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No brainer, USAA but you either had to be in the Military or your Dad had to be ! They have the best price on everything and no hassle if you have a claim. I have used them for 15 years with no complaints.. Bulldozer, they might be the only smart thing i ever wasted money on..
 

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I went with Dairyland as they have better coverage than porgressive at half the cost.
 

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BIKELINE.com

I've been with Markle Insurance for years.
They treat me well and they are inexpensive.
Granted I haven't had to register a claim yet, but their price and customer service is top notch.

www.bikeline.com
 

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Been with Allstate for decades. Cars, trucks, house & bike all covered. Good rates, professional service, a few claims over the years all handled quickly and efficiently. No complaints.
 

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I was with Dairyland until I hit a deer and they doubled my premium. I went with GEICO for less that half of that premium.
 
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