I ran it for the 2 cars I have and it seems to be quoting the insurance rates almost the same price to what I'm paying. It doesn't make sense because my car insurance rates includes multi-policy (home + car) and various other discounts. I have shopped around and the rate I'm paying now is very low.
posted: Jan. 10, 2013 @ 3:40a
Total BS for me. Says Travelers and Progressive are cheapest for me but when I ran quotes at each respective site still came in at $2k a year for me. Going to try the snapshot thing from Progressive for me and the wife. I live 2 miles from work so might be some savings assuming I can drive like a granny.
posted: Jan. 10, 2013 @ 9:40a
Does anyone know of a site where you can see what difference moving makes to your rate? I.e., you can compare zip codes?
posted: Jan. 10, 2013 @ 9:40a
I just went thru the quote process for 2 cars and our home. No company came close to what we are paying (542 semi for a 2009 Santa Fa abd 2005 Sentra and 373 yearly for a 150k home). We have AAA and have to pay 35/year to belong in order to apply for the insurance. I've been comparing for the last 6 years and the only one who came anywhere close was 21st Century.
posted: Jan. 10, 2013 @ 12:13p
I did the snapshot with progressive last year starting Match and was done with it by August, where they asked for the device back. Saved me 30% (maximum) on each car. Yes, we did drive more carefuly thought, not to brake hard but still continue to drive same distance and for us it's 70 miles a day to and from work. 6 months sacrifise was definatly worth the 30% savings
posted: Jan. 10, 2013 @ 1:43p
I filled out the link to RateKick. I thought I would get a call from the ONE insurance company I selected with the best rates. WRONG! Within five minutes I received two calls and 5 emails. I am being inundated. DO NOT USE THIS SITE unless you want to be spammed and called all day.
posted: Jan. 10, 2013 @ 9:22p
call your own company and they will do a new policy for you. saving of 100-200 per six months
I selected Travelers but received calls from Allstate.
I suggested an evening call but they called in the morning.
At least they call about insurance, not lumber sales...
posted: Jan. 10, 2013 @ 9:31p
lszyjka said: I did the snapshot with progressive last year starting Match and was done with it by August, where they asked for the device back. Saved me 30% (maximum) on each car. Yes, we did drive more carefuly thought, not to brake hard but still continue to drive same distance and for us it's 70 miles a day to and from work. 6 months sacrifise was definatly worth the 30% savings
i did that too, than my rate increase. so the saving is not all that big for the final $.
i called to ask why my rate increase, they said it increase for everyone and nothing that i personally did.
posted: Jan. 11, 2013 @ 1:12a
posted: Jan. 11, 2013 @ 6:54a
Don't think its quite accurate but I thought this was interesting. Credit Rating Superior (846 or higher). 800 yeah most can do..but 846..can you actually get 846 ?
posted: Jan. 14, 2013 @ 9:19p
Sorry guys I ran through the script and stopped short of going through the direct sites to get actual quotes. Sorry for the inconvenience!
posted: Jan. 24, 2013 @ 3:57p
I used RATEKICK.com and it worked for me and my husband, saved $275.52 cents. very accurate comparisons.
posted: Jan. 24, 2013 @ 4:00p
try ratekick.com, you can see changes in prices instrantly for different zip codes by car, very easy tool.
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