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Which Insurance Broker would you recommend:

Nationwide- Yehuda Spero
443-845-9552
speroy@nationwide.com



Insurance Depot
718-921-2300
Info@insdepot.com
Recommend by -Z56


Trumper Insurance
845-356-1899

Recommend by -Yammer
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How much liability insurance do you think is prudent?

Statutory minimum
33 (16.4%)
100k
48 (23.9%)
200k
11 (5.5%)
300k
59 (29.4%)
500k
27 (13.4%)
750k
1 (0.5%)
1m
14 (7%)
more than 1m
8 (4%)

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Re: Car Insurance Master Thread
« Reply #1200 on: September 29, 2020, 01:08:32 AM »
I am with metromile. it uses a pulse device that you plug in all the time and it tracks the mileage driven. You pay a base rate  usually at least $30 a month and then 4 to 7 cents per mile driven. When I changed my car after I bought a new car, it killed my car battery and I had to get a jump. The dealer blamed that device. After 6 years with them with zero claims, they recently increased my rate during renewal  and it is now $45 base rate  and 6.5 cents per mile. I drive  very little but I need the car for my family and running errands. I may end up paying $60 a month. I checked regular car insurance rates with  many companies and they all are still higher  then my new increased rate with my current insurance company.

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« Reply #1201 on: September 29, 2020, 01:27:29 AM »
I am with metromile. it uses a pulse device that you plug in all the time and it tracks the mileage driven. You pay a base rate  usually at least $30 a month and then 4 to 7 cents per mile driven. When I changed my car after I bought a new car, it killed my car battery and I had to get a jump. The dealer blamed that device. After 6 years with them with zero claims, they recently increased my rate during renewal  and it is now $45 base rate  and 6.5 cents per mile. I drive  very little but I need the car for my family and running errands. I may end up paying $60 a month. I checked regular car insurance rates with  many companies and they all are still higher  then my new increased rate with my current insurance company.
what coverages do you have?
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« Reply #1202 on: September 29, 2020, 01:32:13 AM »
what coverages do you have?
coverage is decent, 100k-$300k body $50k property damage, un and udnerinsured $100k$300k          $500 collision and comprehensive

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« Reply #1203 on: September 29, 2020, 11:35:57 AM »
coverage is decent, 100k-$300k body $50k property damage, un and udnerinsured $100k$300k          $500 collision and comprehensive

What State are you in? They don't offer it in every state

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« Reply #1204 on: September 29, 2020, 02:30:47 PM »
What State are you in? They don't offer it in every state
only in few states. yes, i am not happy they increased my base rate and per mile rate even though i have zero claim for 6 years. I am actively looking to switch to regular insurance company and i don't like the battery draining pulse device that you have to plug in.