Can Geico really insure my 2 vehicles for 90.00 per month?

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Insurance Question from Melbourne, FL

Asked on 11/10/2012

Can Geico really insure my 2 vehicles for 90.00 per month? I have Progressive. Just to check I got a quote from Geico. Same 100/300000 coverage for both cars, came in 1/2 the price of Progressive

Answer given on November 14, 2012

Each insurance company sets their own rates. Depending upon the state and the rules of the Dept of Insurance they either file the rates and await approval from the Dept of Insurance. In other states they “file and use” meaning they can set the rates and start using them without approval from the Dept of Insurance.Companies file their rates to target the customers they want to attract. The rates for each category of driver is based on the company’s desire to write insurance for a particular segment of drivers. Some companies rates can seem extremely low based on other quotes from other insurance companies.If you provided the correct information to the agent or insurance company for them to arrive at a rate, then the quote you received is most likely correct. If you are still uncertain as to the quote you received you could go to another agent for the same company to see if it matches the original quote.


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