What insurance do you have?

#1
Hi, I recently purchased a Black 2014 Toyota Corolla LE Plus. How much can I expect to pay to insure my vehicle? I live in Fort Lauderdale. I was wondering what is the cheapest company in Florida? I noticed that people online recommended GEICO for Florida drivers http://autovscarinsurance.com/cheap-car-insurance-fort-lauderdale-fl/. However, many people claim that they are not the best for claims. Do you guys have any experience using GEICO or State Farm? What company do you use? Any advice that you can give on what company I should select or what rates I should expect is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
 
#2
I have had state farm for the last 30 years on my car, house, boat, and condo. I filed two claims for vandalism, they paid right away, no argument, and my rates didn't increase. I'm very satisfied with them, but keep in mind almost every state has different rates and rules.
 
#3
I have StateFarm like beach bum, but for a 20 year old with no accidents or tickets/violations, $205/mon is a bit pricey for my 16' Corolla LE.. thankfully it's $170/mon since I'm in tech school, but that will only last until this December lol

HOWEVER, StateFarm has been good to my mom for the past 15 years and they've been good to me since I picked them up back when I first driving an 06' Pontiac Vibe lol shop around and you'll find what works for your budget/needs.
 
#5
I am with State Farm and am happy with them . My baby was stolen , found later with no damage but unfortunately this same car was totalled a few months later. They provided support and paid it right. I have a new baby Corolla now
 

Dirk

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#8
I've made claims with Geico with no problem on payouts. But last time they raised my rates quite a bit on a very minor fender bender. Then tried to insinuate it was a result of my driving for Uber, which I have not done in a long time. Didn't appreciate their non sense so switched to Progressive. Rates are good for the Corolla, and I did not even get the snapshot plugin thing, either.
 
#9
Insurance companies suck! Shop around for the amount of coverage you want and the price you can afford. I’ve had good and not so good experiences with several companies depending on the specific situations. Good luck.
 
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