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If you find yourself away from the wheel more times than not, a pay-per mile auto insurance company like Metromile may be the best company to go with. Metromile is one of the first companies in the U.S. where a bulk of a driver's premium is determined by how much they drive. How much is too much? We found that generally for Metromile to be a good deal, drivers should only drive 7,500 miles or less per year. The biggest downsides to Metromile is a mediocre record of claims handling, in addition to the company only being available in seven states: CA, IL, NJ, OR, PA, VA, WA.
I just switched to Geico because of these comments. I thought the whole, "save you more money, " marketing was just a gimmick, but I really did save money. My bill has gone down! I'm paying less for 2 vehicles than I was for 1 vehicle with another provider, same features! I spoke with 3 different people, and all of them were great, and personable. I didn't feel like just another number. Awesome rates, awesome service. Highly recommended.
If you're considered a high-risk driver because of serious traffic convictions like DWIs or for other reasons, you may have difficulty getting auto insurance from regular insurance companies. If 2 or more car insurance companies have refused to insure you, you may be able to get insurance through the Texas Automobile Insurance Plan Association (TAIPA).
Grundy wants you to enjoy your car, not keep track of mileage like some programs with limitations.  Therefore, we give you unlimited miles for pleasure driving and in collector car-oriented activities.  It is even OK if occasionally you drive your collector car to work to show it off to friends.  However, your collector car must not be used as a daily driver.  We require you and all licensed drivers in your household to have a modern car for everyday use.
I've dealt with them on two homeowner claims (for my grandmother) and three auto claims (a $68k uninsured motorist claim and a broken windshield claim on my cars and my mom's car after she hit a deer). These claims have spanned the last nine years and each one was handled with a high level of professionalism, but also with decency, kindness and compassion. They are truly an honest company that pays the claims they owe quickly and fairly. When I was injured by the uninsured motorist in 2010, the first thing my attorney said when he saw that I had A-O was "you have nothing to worry about, they will take care of you."
Collector Car Insurance(CCI) specializes in insuring antiques, classics, exotics, and modified vehicles. These specialty vehicles often have unique insurance needs. Often this is due to the limited use and extended garage storage of these valuable cars. This allows our insurance to provide considerable savings over conventional insurance companies.
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