I'm willing to bet you won't have Geico for very long. My dad had a "bad spell" when he first bought his 911. A few speeding tickets within a year and Geico refused to renew his policy. Apparently that's how Geico keeps their rates lower... by cancelling those that might cost them some profit.Akilldema said:Right now I've got Geico, and I might stick with them, however I've had some really annoying issues with them, so any suggestions would help.
let me spell it outAkilldema said:
How is that ironic?
RACER X said:you want the best ins. yet you yourself don't have good record........ironic.........:laughing
Rate is mediocre. When I say communication, I'm referring to policy and rate changes.SpeedDemon said:
I find insurance companies to be similar to phone companies.
They are not perfect. If the price is right, the service isn't there.If the service and price is right (USAA), you are not available for everyone.
If communication is the thing you are missing, but you get a good rate, and decent reputation for settling claims, I think you will be hard pressed to find anything better than that.
I have GIECO as well.Akilldema said:
Rate is mediocre. When I say communication, I'm referring to policy and rate changes.