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Can you help me find a commercial auto insurance company?
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Should i have my g2 licence for sure to get my auto insurance?
With insurance your G1 is considered a learners permit. Obviously you know that you can only operate a vehicle with a fully licensed driver with you. A lot of online quoting systems are geared towards the norm so when you attempt to get a quote online and mention the G1 is it not configured...

Why would auto insurance company ask if I have a platinum credit card? Is having one a good or bad thing. I do
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With a $1200 yearly auto insurance premium, what if any could I expect back when switching services?
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