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AdamBryner2012

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We use geico, and get great rates.

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This is like a Dodge/Chevy/Ford debate. No one can tell you which insurance company offers the cheapest rates for YOU......
I just did an insurance comparison since my insurance is due March 1st. Allstate, Geico, Progressive, State Farm, National InterState/Gilbert/Explorer, AAA and 21st Century. Of all of them Geico was by far the most expensive, followed by Progressive. AAA doesn't insure full timers. Explorer was the least expensive by almost $500. They were also the only company to offer a 1 year policy. All others were 6 mo. I have had no accidents, no tickets and no claims in the past 5 yrs. That said, what works for me may not work for you. A word of caution though...if you get many quotes, as they run you through credit checks. that will impact your credit score, if that's important to you. Getting five or six quotes may lower your score 10 points or more......Dennis


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Gilbert Here, Progresive doubled my premium after a $1,200 claim.


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Google BLUE SKY INSURANCE and give them a call. I have my truck and trailer thru them and they are very competitive.


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National Interstate. They gave us a "stated value" policy for a 2003 motorhome..and fulltimers coverage where I could add as much coverage for personal property as I wanted.

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Last year when we got our Outlook, alot of people here recommended Gilbert RV insurance. We got a GREAT price from them and they are right here in Orlando, so for me it was a no brainer. Insurance is through Nationwide.


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HEMIDAZE wrote:

Progressive. Cheaper than everybody and included road service at no extra charge.



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We use AARP thru The Hartford. We totaled our TT & TV a few years ago and they treated us well. This past year I got several quotes and AARP came out best.


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GMAC has been my choice for the past 9 years. Geico and Progressive gave me quotes that were lower but I never could get a 100% apples-to-apples quote from them.


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I vote for Geico, I had State Farm for 10 years no claims, no tickets, etc. They raised my rate and removed the multi car deductible. I went on line and did a comparison for like services and Geico won hands down. I also agree that you need to do the comparison for yourself as things do change from state to state and individual as well!

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