I am currently with AAA in Southern California and at first, I accepted the premiums because of the perception I have of AAA's reputation (no first-hand experience on claims/cust svc/coverage) I'm weighing whether I should continue paying "more" for the conceived notion that I will get better service and coverage, or whether I should save some money and switch companies since my annual renewal is up at the end of the month. Does anyone here in Southern California have any recommendations for insurance specifically for their Tesla Model S? I'm looking for specific situations where you've made a claim(s) and was happy with the outcome with your insurer. I don't mind paying more if the perception of "outstanding" service from AAA holds true, however If I am paying $2,500 more annually for unfounded comfort, i'd like to know that as well and pocket the potential savings instead. (I also don't know if their proposed 30% rate hike is already factored in, or if I'm going to take another hit soon) So far, State Farm is out because their premiums are the same if not more, and Mercury is out due to personal reasons that I'll save for another forum. USAA is also out because I do not have any Military affiliations (directly or indirectly). I have a quote from Progressive which is about $2500 cheaper annually. I submitted for a quote from Liberty Mutual but have not heard back. I see a lot of people on Geico, but I also read a lot of negative reviews about Geico (specifically about them not paying out for full repair estimates, etc. Thanks for reading and for any suggestions from Southern California Tesla owners!