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This is a discussion on GEICO now covers NJ!!!! within the Tri-State forums, part of the Regional Discussion category; If you want a good deal on insurance check out esurance.com. I had Erie insurance which I thought was reasonable ...

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    If you want a good deal on insurance check out esurance.com. I had Erie insurance which I thought was reasonable then I got my WRX and they wanted $1,100 a year. Keep in mind I'm 34, married and no tickets. I switched to esurance and my rate is $1,200 a year with my WRX and my wife's Honda Pilot.

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    Originally posted by photog72
    Bad rates or good ones, I will never go with GEICO and their gecko. They give money to law enforcement to supply them with Radar and Laser guns. The only thing they MAY be good for is helping drive down insurance rates.

    If you doubt my claim, do a google search with "geico radar laser". Read the first few results. You may not like what you read.
    Read a couple of those links. Interesting stuff. Especially how they raise rates each year.
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    Their rates really are horrible. From what I've seen, AAA and State Farm are always the two lowest companies. For me, my family, and friends, everyone is using one of these two. Check them out and see how Geico compares.
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    State Farm in New Jersey will not open new accounts, even if you are an existing customer in other states.

    IIRC, I don't think AAA offers car insurance in NJ

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    Originally posted by tan
    State Farm in New Jersey will not open new accounts, even if you are an existing customer in other states.

    IIRC, I don't think AAA offers car insurance in NJ

    Wow, that sucks.
    -ORW


    Quote Originally Posted by Integra96
    I'll get under there this weekend and see if I can loosen things up and maybe shoot some lube juice up in there.

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