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insurance agents - July 24, 2007, 07:43 AM

ok i dont like the way my current insurance company is taking care of my current claim and im paying on a policy im not using

i called allstate and they said i cannot insure a bike if i dont have a car insured with them, but then i heard it depends on the agent to speak with. so does anybody know any agent any company that has good low prices??
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thats who i have, but i want to see if i can get something lower
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I have progressive too cuz they are the cheapest for me. I check around every six months. My rates are really high and i've never understood that.


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July 24, 2007, 08:05 AM

its the cheapest for me too..ive been with them for 6 yrs..I pay $25.67 a month for liability with collusion and thieft.


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PHFTTTFFTT!!! I pay $190.00 per month for full coverage!


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July 24, 2007, 08:24 AM

You could use my agent. I am with Nationwide. His name is Chuck Stone located in Fairfax. He is also a rider so he should be able to get you a good rate. 703-385-6815


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its the cheapest for me too..ive been with them for 6 yrs..I pay $25.67 a month for liability with collusion and thieft.
dam thats perfect!
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I have sent several people to him and everyone has been happy with him....


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State Farm
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1455 OLD BRIDGE RD STE 105
WOODBRIDGE, VA 22192-2727
703-490-4413


I have sent several people to him and everyone has been happy with him....
Well I just called up, he was on the phone the first time but his Secretary quoted me at a ridiculous rate....$1500 full coverage for a yr, Progressive quoted me at $815/yr. Clean record no accidents or tickets for almost 7yrs now.

So about 10-15min later Dan actually calls back saying he just got the info from his Secretary. He's going to see about getting me a discount, and also see about how much it would be to have both my truck and my bike on the same policy, vise havin USAA for truck, and SF for bike.

I'll update if he gets back to me with better numbers.


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2970-A Chainbridge Road
Oakton, VA. 22124
PH) 703-242-8120
FAX) 703-242-6022


I pay $23.42 a month for Liability, Comp, and Collision. My liability limits are 100/300/50 (also have uninsured motor vehicle coverage with the same limits) and my deductibles are $500.


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July 24, 2007, 03:38 PM

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Well I just called up, he was on the phone the first time but his Secretary quoted me at a ridiculous rate....$1500 full coverage for a yr, Progressive quoted me at $815/yr. Clean record no accidents or tickets for almost 7yrs now.

So about 10-15min later Dan actually calls back saying he just got the info from his Secretary. He's going to see about getting me a discount, and also see about how much it would be to have both my truck and my bike on the same policy, vise havin USAA for truck, and SF for bike.

I'll update if he gets back to me with better numbers.
I have my jeep under USAA and also my bike now. I am only 21 and have had a ticket and I only pay $334 a year for full coverage on the bike, and like $500 for the jeep. I love USAA and they handled my accident claim promptly and hooked me up when it was totaled.


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July 24, 2007, 04:01 PM

State farm (only one accident on my record, and that wasn't with them)
2 ducs, 1 husqvarna, 1 07 nissan pickup, renters insurance = $194 a month
bikes were about $330ish a year each, truck was like 1400...
100/300 limits w/ uninsured, 500 deductable


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July 24, 2007, 04:08 PM

It's been my experience that you should contact an agent directly and talk to them.

Jess, call me and I can get you my insurance agent's name for you.


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July 24, 2007, 04:14 PM

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It's been my experience that you should contact an agent directly and talk to them.

Jess, call me and I can get you my insurance agent's name for you.
I've done this and still do every six months and STILL i get higher rates than what I have with Progressive. I go through a little spot in Fairfax that sells Progressive.


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