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    GEICO now covers NJ!!!!

    Going from Progressive (PA) to Geico...now means.. I have a rate reduction (despite a spotty record)!!!

    www.geico.com

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    So does that mean that Mass is the only state not covered now?
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    yep

    When watching TV...NYC stations....GEICO is no longer taunting me

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    That sucks. I have the same problem. They run their commercials all the freakin time up here.
    -Brian

    Twisty Monster - 335 ft/lb of torque @ 3600 rpm on a stock turbo. Is that possible? Yes it is.

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    Thank you kind sir I didn't know they came to Jersey. I just did the online quote, and bought new insurance. I can't believe the money they just saved me. I sound like the commercial

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    Man, Geico has never even been competetive for me. Married with a house, 31 Y/O male with (currently) 1 ticket. I mean, not even close, $400 or more a year off.

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    My parents saved a buttload switching to GEICO from Allstate (where the agent used every nook and cranny she can to get us the cheapest rates)...

    Being a gov't employee helps a lot in VA....at minimum GS11 according to my dad.

    There is also military discounts (since GEICO does a lot of advertisements in Army Times)...

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    "CLUBWRX, I HAVE GOOD NEWS!!!!"





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    "no...but Tan just saved a bunch of money by switching to Geico!"

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    Geico offered to cover me for $6000












    FOR SIX MONTHS!!!!!!

    I laughed for 20 seconds, and she asked what was funny. I told her to take care.

    ***** them.

    BTW I pay under $3,000 for a full year
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    Originally posted by Timdog1650
    "CLUBWRX, I HAVE GOOD NEWS!!!!"
    "What? Someone cares about this thread?"
    "no...but Tan just saved a bunch of money by switching to Geico!"
    Ask people what they hate about Jersey....one of the top reasons is insurance.

    I ws reluctant to move to Jersey, only because of insurance

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    does MA not get progressive and geico b/c of the gov regulation on insurance rates??
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    I have no idea why they don't cover MA. Looked on their site and I think they cover thirty-something states.
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    Twisty Monster - 335 ft/lb of torque @ 3600 rpm on a stock turbo. Is that possible? Yes it is.

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    Originally posted by gusto
    does MA not get progressive and geico b/c of the gov regulation on insurance rates??
    I'm not sure. Though geico is an acronym for Goverment Employyes Insurance COmpany

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    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.
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