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1 well that sucks on Thu Jun 06, 2013 1:30 pm



got my car insurance bill. went up $20!!!!

pissed me off..

2 Re: well that sucks on Thu Jun 06, 2013 3:00 pm


If you use an independent agent, they may be able to offer another company one with a lower price. If your car is older, you may just need to get basic coverage, not collision.

3 Re: well that sucks on Thu Jun 06, 2013 5:43 pm


There's always the bus.....


4 Re: well that sucks on Fri Jun 07, 2013 3:17 am


You could always consider raising your deductible, B. Years ago when I was reading that you should never make a claim under $3K, I decided we were being idiots having a $1000 deductible if we were never going to make a claim for under $3000. Eventually I raised our deductible to $3K -- just in time, too, as after Katrina, I found out an insurance company in our state could cancel you if your policy was less than three years old -- a state law. Since changing your deductible OR making any minor change to your policy counts as a new policy, we just barely got under the wire for not being able to be cancelled after Katrina, even though we had no flooding (the 20% of the City of N.O. that didn't flood).

5 Re: well that sucks on Sun Jun 09, 2013 12:44 am


Lst year, I was with Liberty Mutual... I was with them for 3 years previously.
Rates were like $1790.00 for two cars, and that was for a 12 month period.
No speeding tickets..500.00 deductible with the collision on both.

All of a sudden..boingTY$%U&I%&^U....It goes up to $2,070.00 for same coverage and with a note! We are sorry, but due to state tax and other tax additions, the above insured vehicles are rated at a higher premium.

Well I aid, I Don't Think So. I called Plymouth Rock Assurance, and I got the same policy requirements for $1,760.00 ... The new ins. co. said iberty is too big and has no branch brokers; so they have to charge the excessive rates as the tax rates increase for them. I was happy, and Icalled the Liberty Mutual and told the woman that it was their rate increase that made me look for another insurance company.

6 Re: well that sucks on Sun Jun 09, 2013 7:25 am


JImmy I might do that too.I have has state farm for0ver 20 yrs you would think since I have all policy's with them it would cheaper & since I am old as dirt & have never had a accident..

I just hate change silent

7 Re: well that sucks on Sun Jun 09, 2013 8:45 am


My State Farm raised my rates two years in a row. Second time was the last straw. I switched to a local independant insurance agent and got a lower rate. I think it is with Progressive.

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