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Auto Insurance!

We have our auto insurance with Nationwide, and I was wondering if you wouldn't mind sharing who you have as a provider.
Even though we drive two cars, only one is on the Nationwide policy. The other car (my father's) is covered on my mother's plan.
We have full-coverage on the one car and are paying $930.00 a year!


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Asked by Anonymous at 3:06 PM on Apr. 5, 2010 in Money & Work

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  • We have USAA. We pay aboiut $484 per year for the one car.

    Answer by emhain at 3:43 PM on Apr. 5, 2010

  • We have AllState with full coverage on one car, and liability only on the other. We pay $480 every 6 months, so $960/year for two cars.

    Answer by KairisMama at 7:02 PM on Apr. 5, 2010

  • We have State Farm. 2 vehicles with full coverage, 2 with liability (or whatever the least you can get by with is), and a 5th with storage, plus we have a 4 wheeler - we pay roughly $125/month (it'd be cheaper to pay the full year at once but we can't manage that).

    Answer by Anonymous at 7:30 PM on Apr. 5, 2010

  • We have AllState, liability only $600 a year.

    Answer by Anonymous at 9:37 PM on Apr. 5, 2010

  • We had Geico for many years, about $126 a month, but the Allstate ads are stating they can save you an average of $400 a year, so I had my husband call for a quote. Same coverage, $76 a month. I'd look into it.

    Answer by Anonymous at 1:38 AM on Apr. 6, 2010

  • Thanks everyone...I appreciate it!
    Boy, when we had Allstate (before Nationewide) it was so expensive, but I think I'll get a quote from them.

    We do have full coverage on the one car, plus the "forgiveness" feature where the insurance does not go up if there's an accident, however, it looks like everyone here is getting a pretty good deal!

    Thanks again!

    Answer by Anonymous at 9:39 AM on Apr. 6, 2010

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