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The 4-5 times it was revoked was because I didn't pay fine's on time. So they took it away. It's still shows on your record, so I was just saying that you can get a great deal even if you have a bad record.
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i've got progressive too. their rates are good. don't know about their service since i've never had a claim. i believe the first $1,000 or so of modifications is included in the basic rates. above that though, the percentage you pay for mod coverage is a lot higher than the percentage you pay for the base car. i've chosen to self-insure my mods but if my car gets damaged i'll eat the loss.
does anyone know a good insurance company that offers agreed value coverage? (kbb is a joke for older cars in great shape)
[QUOTE=blackzwrx;1893058]Progressive insurance FTW! I got a letter when my new policy period began. It stated something along these lines, but not exactly. They will cover "custom" wheels and body parts for no extra cost on your monthly premieum. Now do everyone start calling me a liar, I said something like that. I will have to look for the letter and post it up on here.