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Old July 28th   #1
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Hello...Help! Looking for Insurance!

good day guys!

Iím new here, i don't know which category i'm going to post. i'm shopping around for insurance and hoping I can get opinions from everybody here about which ones to avoid and which ones you have had a good experience with. somehow i was able to check Insurancepaylite.com they have a couple of insurance company I was quoted for some price. the cost is good but still i need your suggestions to help me more to have an idea and choice to compare...
thank you so much...
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Old July 28th   #2
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Been with ALFA here for years....helps if you also have other cars, home, etc..with the same company.
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Old July 28th   #3
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'Classic' cars
Harerty hands down
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We have 13 cars and all are drivable, show quality or almost there.Not to mention the boat & Sea Doo. A punk in a huge 4wd backed over the front of one of the Z cars. Of course it was the nicest one!
Anyway, State Farm gives us a heck of a deal on all of them. We deal with John Gunn.
He is super nice. I would give them a try, Allstate couldn't even come close.
By the way, tag renewal time sucks!! LOL!!!
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state farm (carl barton) has been great for us ...........cant say much about the body shop at this point in time , but that is a whole other story......
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Old July 28th   #6
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Quote:
Originally Posted by LagoGarda
Been with ALFA here for years....helps if you also have other cars, home, etc..with the same company.
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Yeah, I didn't mention the home and land.....but actually you'd be surprised.
I just wouldn't get quotes online, I'm sure you know you'll get bombarded with every insurance company out there...including the dude that passed away in Nigeria leaving a fortune and all they need is your bank acct info for you to be an heir! ;>)
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At least the spamers are trying harder
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Old July 31st   #9
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At least the spamers are trying harder
You've got a good eye Spook. Even though this thread looks legit, it was started by someone in China.

It really doesn't seem to violate anything on the surface, and seemed to spark a good discussion, so I'm going to leave it.
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Old July 31st   #10
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I had one heck of a time finding decent insurance with my ticket record. In the end, Nationwide was able to give me the same coverage for much, much less. Almost half to be exact.

And since I've been better with the tickets (well ok, my attorney has taken care of them), I can now afford insurance on even a Ferrari F40 at less than $200/mo full coverage.
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If some one does good work,
it should be reconized,
that was good work
even if it was spam,
they signed up and in to do it
took some thought and effert
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Plus, the only thing separating this a 100% legitamate thread is that most spam comes from China. If it was from the US, I wouldn't even question it.
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I saved a lot of money on my insurance by switching to Geico
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For the ones that have vehicles 25+ old, and are not daily drivers, as well as a good driving record, we have found that the Chrome plan with ANPAC is great. Each one of our vintage vehicles are only $75 / 6 months premium. There is a catch - - you must have one daily driver on the policy. But I believe that is the way of most classic car insurance.
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96 per year,
agreed value
unlimited miles
must be garaged
non daly driver, (prove you have
other insurance on primery driver)
9$ per each car added to coverage.
Hagerty
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whats agreed value ?

i pay 150 a year for each of my cars (my cars, not the wifes car)
through alfa.

this includes a boosted lude with lots of goodies and a built 4x4.
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agreed value,
I put a price on what it would take to replace the car,
they agree and insure it for that amount.
ie
the green 69 bug that some of you know
15K .
if it get totaled or stolen the geve my 15 k
if it needs repair then it gets repaired
( as long as its under 15k), with the same
or better quality parts.All metal is og german,
so og german parts would be used,
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ahhh... thats cool.

i need to do that with my copper lude.
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Old August 1st   #19
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yes you do,
good bit of money saved,
and they stand by their
word
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I have my insurance through MET and they give all kinds of discounts like how long you have been with your employer,if the premiums are deducted b y payroll, the usual package deals etc. If your employer is on their approved list their rates are excellent. Like Spook posted I got an agreed value policy through MET on the 67 VW with no mileage limits, or age limits on the drivers. Has to be garaged like Spook said and the other things like Haggerty and others require. All I had to do was submit an appraisal and some photos to be submitted to the underwriters.
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