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Discussion in 'Model 3' started by djroberts, Aug 14, 2019.
I'm assuming those who pay a lot less are not in California like I am.
I think it does. 41 YO, $500 deduct, $745 for 6 mos.
Recently renewed my policy with State Farm - $652.32 for 6 months. Increased $20 from the previous period. That's a $500 comprehensive deductible, $1k collision deductible, $300k/$500k liability coverage (person/incident) and coverage for both under and uninsured drivers. DC has notoriously high insurance rates, so I don't think that's too bad. Working in my favor are discounts for multiple lines of coverage and low mileage. Perhaps working against me is that before two years ago, I had 10 years without an auto insurance policy (didn't own a car during that time).
I too had Geico and before I purchased my Model S (which I picked up yesterday...yeah) i had Geico quote it as I was already insured with them. For my wifes hybrid and the Tesla it was $1300 + for 6 months. I have high limits and 25+ years of no accidents and no tickets.
I had someone suggest Ameriprise through Costco and they came back for the same two cars, same limits and an even lower deductible at $616 every 6 months. Over $700 price difference. So if you have a Costco membership, go to Ameriprise. Good Luck.
Same story here,
just received a renewal email from GEICO and I am looking at a $430 increase from $853 (cominf from $835) to a ridiculous $1,283.38 - I have to admit I am pretty stunned and I am shopping around right now. Progressive quoted me $1069 for 6 month but I am still feeling that this is a joke. I am with GEICO for around 8 years for my last 3 cars, frankly that's just not how you keep customers...
So if anyone has a good idea for CA, SF insurance let me know
$1283.38 for 6 months? Is that for one car, or more than one car?
You might get a quote from Mercury. If you check Mercury's JD Power ratings, be sure you check them for California. Mercury ratings outside California are low. Their ratings from California policy holders are high.
Also, you probably already know you will receive a lower quote if you bundle home and auto.
bait and switch baby. you get what you pay for. move to a more sophisticated insurer.
That’s for one car, I know, sounds insane. I checked Mercury but they appear to not even have Tesla in their drop down menu. Did you call them directly for a quote?
I contacted my independent insurance agent.
As an alternative, you could call Mercury directly rather than using the online quote tool.
Cheers, I will give them a call and see what’s their offer
I am a AndrewsFCU member since I financed my model3 though them and they offer insurance through TruStage. I never heard of them but it seems they partner with liberty mutual insurances