Why would you want to buy auto from Tesla? Why not bundle it with your Umbrella and Homeowners? You'll get a better overall price.
Besides, I'm guessing that if you make a claim, their service will be terrible. They make good cars, not sell insurance.
$140 x 12 = $1,680 (of savings per year). My premium in NYS (read: insurance, like everything else, is expensive) for auto, with $1,000.00 deductible on the collision is something like $900.00/year. Thus, my premium from someone other than TSLA in NYS would have to be higher than $2,780 before I would even consider buying auto insurance from TSLA. I realize auto insurance in California is expensive, but I doubt it's that high. Even if it is that high, good luck on any claim made on your auto insurance from a car manufacturer/dealer.sorry....per MONTH, not year.
it's not even CLOSE to "a better price"
I saved close to 140 bucks a year with Tesla insurance.
More facts, less gasAnd what happened to your home and umbrella when you started to buy insurance "unbundled"? Did you compare those costs? Insurance companies make their money on auto insurance, not the home and umbrella, so if you take your auto insurance business to TSLA, State Farm (or whoever) will goose your home and umbrella.