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Auto Insurance

Posted by Cara_6 (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 28, 02 at 11:36

Almost time to renew our auto insurance. I usually check the prices of at least two other companies first (as 'they' tell you to do in articles!)
I am wondering if The Hartford (thru AARP) is such a good deal. Its just $50.less than what I have now and am wondering if its worth the change...or will it only increase next year!?
Does anyone have it and do they go up in price every year; even if you've never had a claim??
Your thoughts please, for those that have this. TIA


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RE: Auto Insurance

One thing you can bet on is that ALL companies will increase premiums about once per year.

If you are happy with your present company and know the agent, I wouldn't change.

Have you checked into getting your Home Owners or Rental insurance from the same agency? Sometimes there is a big savings if you have all of that kind of coverage at the same place. I know that our company gives a sizable discount.


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