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Old 12-09-2007, 06:43 PM
 
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As a newbie to owning a car, I'm sure it'll be a real shock to the system when I move to LA next year

What insurance companies would people recommend as being best or more reliable ?? Or most cost efficient ??
Hi California Dreamin'

I've always had State Farm, so I'm sticking to it even though my insurance will surely go up when I change states, but they're a very reliable insurance company. My sister is a chiropractor and works with car accidents and insurance companies, and State Farm never gives trouble to pay. Companies like All State, believe it or not, always fight to not pay. I say we should all have reliable companies that even if they're a bit expensive, we know we can count on them in the event we need them.
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Old 12-10-2007, 01:43 PM
 
Location: NYC
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Hi California Dreamin'

I've always had State Farm, so I'm sticking to it even though my insurance will surely go up when I change states, but they're a very reliable insurance company. My sister is a chiropractor and works with car accidents and insurance companies, and State Farm never gives trouble to pay. Companies like All State, believe it or not, always fight to not pay. I say we should all have reliable companies that even if they're a bit expensive, we know we can count on them in the event we need them.
Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there

Cool. I've heard of State Farm. I keep seeing their commercials repeatedly. My dad had All State but I have no clue how reliable they were or were not. I'm all for paying a bit more for better service and peace of mind.

Thanks HotFudge
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Old 12-10-2007, 04:20 PM
 
Location: West LA
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Snake Farm has great prices, but their coverage is hit or miss depending on your driving record and (yikes!) credit report.

I use Progressive Direct for all my vehicles.
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Old 12-10-2007, 05:42 PM
 
Location: Burbank
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Hi California Dreamin'

I've always had State Farm, so I'm sticking to it even though my insurance will surely go up when I change states, but they're a very reliable insurance company. My sister is a chiropractor and works with car accidents and insurance companies, and State Farm never gives trouble to pay. Companies like All State, believe it or not, always fight to not pay. I say we should all have reliable companies that even if they're a bit expensive, we know we can count on them in the event we need them.
I agree. I've had State Farm full coverage for 7 years and love it. Great service, and honestly, for me, they are the cheapest... 23 yrs old male no wrecks or tickets.
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Old 12-10-2007, 07:04 PM
 
Location: West LA
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Snake Farm has great prices, but their coverage is hit or miss depending on your driving record and (yikes!) credit report.

I use Progressive Direct for all my vehicles.
I said that wrong- the have great COVERAGE, but their prices are expensive for me (Lots of speeding tickets, I have a lead peg leg)
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