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Old 05-04-2013, 01:07 PM
Location: State of Transition
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State Farm drops clients after they have a 3rd claim.
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Old 05-04-2013, 02:12 PM
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Originally Posted by Ruth4Truth View Post
State Farm drops clients after they have a 3rd claim.
Haven't had an accident in 30+ years, but anything can happen. I'll keep that in mind. I had 2 claims with Geico for accidents where someone hit my cars and Geico was great. Even though I wasn't at fault, my friends told me to not report it to the insurance or my rates would go up. Didn't make sense. I reported it anyway and my rates didn't go up. Thanks for the heads up.
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Old 05-04-2013, 03:48 PM
Location: California
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I've been with AAA since I was 19, mostly because I got a job with them and got and employee discount. Since I've can only remember 2 collision claims (thanks to my daughter) and a broken windshield in the last 36 years I really can't even say if they are all that or not. I'd shop around the big names and go with whatever is most convenient.
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Old 05-28-2013, 02:44 AM
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Thumbs up Car Insurance

Originally Posted by Podo944 View Post
Hi there,
Just wondering who you have for car insurance and if you're happy with them?

Also does anyone know if a company has a temporary driver insurance waiver?
We're going on a road trip and it's likely that my 21 year old son (who doesn't live with us) will be taking over the driving once in a while.
Thank you!
This is one of the required insurances, if you really love your car..haha ! Jokes apart, getting back to your query, there are various motor insurance/ Car insurance providers but one can rely on few for trusted service. Its my personal experience that is making me write this. All the credit goes to the amazing experience i had with HDFC ergo car insurance over tata and bajaj allianz.
Thus i would recommend this. do check it out :

Buy Car Insurance Policy Online| Motor Insurance Plans from HDFC ERGO

Good day
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