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Model X owners- What does your insurance card say?

Discussion in 'Model X' started by plasmo, Sep 27, 2016.

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  1. plasmo

    plasmo Member

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    i didn't want to hijack the other thread about a "70D" so I started a new thread:

    I took Delivery a few days ago on my Model X. When getting my new auto insurance, I noticed that my insurance card shows "Tesla X 70D" rather than the 60D that I have. My insurance agent said that this is what prints out when my VIN# is put in.

    Has anyone else experienced this?
     
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  2. NathanWolf

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    Mine just says "Tesla Model X", no trim at all. When I spoke to them on the phone, they mentioned there is only P-90 in their systems, which seemed odd.
     
  3. mspisars

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    Mine says "Tesla Model X" as well, no indication of battery size or perf vs regular.
     
  4. Allante

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    Who are your insurers? I am with Allstate, and they are in complete disarray. When I asked them to add my X 60D, my agent shot me an email within 2 minutes saying, "Done!" Only after a dozen follow-up questions from me did he reveal: (1) Allstate only has Model S rates in its system; (2) Allstate only has rates for the S 75D and 90D; (3) Allstate apparently does not know that the X exists or that there are battery options below the 75D.

    Fortunately, after my inquiry Allstate is looking into adding the X into its system.
     
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    I have a similar issue, farmers insurance printed a card that said 75MX but i have a 90. I explained to them, and they said that is what comes up with the vin. They are also looking into it.
     
  6. mspisars

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    I specifically left AllState because their quote was ridiculous.

    Mine is with Progressive, and I am paying like $50/mo more by adding the Tesla Model X 90D.
     
  7. plasmo

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    This is good to know that I'm not the only one with this issue. I use Acuity for insurance. I used to have Allstate, but agree the cost was much more.
     
  8. earlyretirement

    earlyretirement Model X 90D

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    Mine is reflecting correctly.

    Says Tesla Model X 4 Door 90D

    My insurance actually went down because I had the P85 Model S.
     
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    mine says tesla model x 70/90d and im on USAA
     
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    I have USAA and all it says is TESLA and of course the VIN. Lol.
     
  11. Softwizard

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    My Geico policy says: 2016 TESLA MODEL X (I have a 90D)
     
  12. timf

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    State Farm calls it: 2016 TESLA MODEL X EV SPORT WG
     
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    I'm with Allstate and am only paying $377 additional to cover my X 75D (6mo premium, comp and collision, $500 deductible). Also have 3 other vehicles and homeowner's coverage with them. Total auto premium is $1,375 for 6mo. It was pretty reasonable considering what I've seen others being quoted. Just wish I could lock in that rate for a longer period! No tickets or accidents.

    My card says 2016 Tesla X. When I gave my agent the VIN she said she only found 70, not 75 at the time in the computer (this was shortly after the time when they made the announcement that 70 is now 75).
     
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    State Farm here, says 75D even though I have a 60D.
     
  15. BigMskiman

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    My State Farm card says Tesla MX (EV), that's all
     
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    I have USAA and mine has: "Make: TESLA / Model: X 70D/90D / VIN: XXXXXX152XX / YEAR: 2016"
     
  17. int32_t

    int32_t Tesla Spotter

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    Well, if they can't be bothered to do some research on their own and figure out what they're insuring, sucks to be them. Your X 60 gets schmucked, and they owe you a 75D. Sounds like a deal to me.
     
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    I'm with USAA and the insurance says Tesla Model X P90D, which is correct.
     
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    On our P100D, State Farm policy doc states 2016 Tesla Model X EV Sport Wagon, the card says 2016 Tesla Model X EV and the temporary card they emailed said 2016 Tesla Model X Electri 90D.
     
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    "Tesla Model X EV" (no mention of battery size or any other detail)
     

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