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Looking to buy new Auto Insurance, I have some questions.

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IcEWoLF
2/6/13 10:58 PM
Hi guys, I am comparing my current insurance company (Geico) with Progressive, both insurance with same coverage are around the same pricing, except with Progressive if you pay in full for 6 months you save $30, plus there is a possibility to save even more if I were to enroll in the Snapshot program.
I've been extremely happy with Geico and their express service when i got into an accident few years back (rear ended by a lady), repairs and parts were delivered overnight and car was repaired within a week.

Anyways, should I take the leap of faith and jump ships?
I think Progressive is a good insurance company based on the reviews.

I am 24, and I am going to be turning 25 this march and my policy expires on the 29th of March.

Decision decision...I could use some advice from the pros (you guys).
WikiPost
2/6/13 10:58 PM
Squeezer99
2/7/13 12:16 AM
if you join the national military family association, Geico gives you a 8% discount.
IcEWoLF
2/7/13 1:21 AM
I am not in the military, and I don't know any of my relatives in the military either.
SUCKISSTAPLES
2/7/13 1:23 AM
IcEWoLF said:   

I am not in the military, and I don't know any of my relatives in the military either.


Anyone can join

You really should do a second or two of research before dismissing what someone tells you
IcEWoLF
2/7/13 1:37 AM
I haven't found much detail, but I suppose I pay the joining membership fee here @ http://www.militaryfamily.org and then call Geico to apply the discount?
IcEWoLF
2/7/13 1:49 AM
After doing a bit more research basically I'd have to join the NMFA then have to sign up for an account at pen fed and then get the discount? It appears a bit more work, especially opening another bank account..
poese
2/7/13 1:58 PM
Please help me find a discount, i dont want to spend time actually getting it. just give me the info, but, do the googleing for me to see if i can qualify otherwise i will say no. make sure the work isnt too much, I dont want to fill out forms, if you can, please fill them out for me.
xit
2/7/13 2:48 PM
IcEWoLF said:   

After doing a bit more research basically I'd have to join the NMFA then have to sign up for an account at pen fed and then get the discount? It appears a bit more work, especially opening another bank account..



The work to setup an account to get the discount can pay off in other unexpected ways. For example, PenFed has good interest rates for financing vehicles and houses. Its worth looking at the bigger picture.
Logan71
2/7/13 8:43 PM
If you had military connections, I would think USAA would be the obvious choice, not Geico, but that's just my speculation.
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