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They do not replace the car for you. They cut you check for the value of the car.
Ahh ok...but who determines the value? You? Them? Third party?
 
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They appraise it based on comps.
 
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They appraise it based on comps.
Ok, thats kinda what i thought. Again gil, not trying to give you a hard time, but for someone with your colletion of cars, looking into an Agreed Value Policy might be worth the time...just a suggestion from one car guy to another
 
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Update!!

Ok Finally got some good news.

Called State Farm and they are doing my 4 cars for $4600 a year.

Wow, un real $4000 cheaper than all the fugazi quotes I was getting. This insurance biz is all over the place.

I had 3 cars with Progressive and was paying 3900 a year, so I'm basically bringing on the Bentley for a $100 a year more. Unreal!!

Thanks for evryones input and I will take delivery of the car on Wednesday and post pictures shortly after.

Thanks again,

Ice

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A lot of my client's use Haggerty and Farmers. I think they toss it in with their home owner's insurance.
 
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Originally Posted by SuperVixen View Post
A lot of my client's use Haggerty and Farmers. I think they toss it in with their home owner's insurance.
Farmers does...and they are one of the best from a coverage standpoint...esp for the high-end clients.

Haggerty doesnt do Homeowners from what i know...but do a great job on specialty vehicles.



Ice, congrats Bro! Its all about being patient and finding someone who will work FOR you in this biz.

Cant wait to see the pics!!!
 
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i use safeco for all my cars. they are fine with it. for the gt i am paying 1200 a year full coverage 1000 deductible. max out on liability at 500k/1million. here is how i did it. i put my 85 corolla as my primary car and all the other as leisure car. so each car i only pay like 1000 per year for full coverage. all the cars i got i only pay like 6000 a year.
 
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state farm, they handled al my cars. good luck.
 
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geico insures almost anything
 
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geico insures almost anything
How about geco's?
 
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i forgot to mention AAA. if you insure the house and cars together they also give a percentage kick back each year. i think the first year they are a little higher so you have to keep them for at least 2-3 year to see any saving.

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State Farm - I've insured my Bentley, Gallardo and other cars with them and never had problems and never paid more than about $120/month for each car. I wouldn't go through a specialty company.
I pay more than that on my M and CLS!
 
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There are obviously horror stories for every company but State Farm is notorious in the insurance world for giving the shaft at claim time. Anyone who has a car over 100k should stop being cheap and buy Chubb. You will probably pay more per year, but god forbid there is a claim they cover you with no problems or questions.

And I would not let my worst enemy insure his stuff with Geico. If they insured as well as they advertised then it would be a different story.
 
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