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Where can I find the best auto insurance quotes online?
I’ve had the AARP Hartford’s comprehensive insurance for over 10 years now and I can safely say I’ve never had a problem with them. I’ve always found their rates to be reasonable (locked in for an entire year) and their service to be smooth and easy. I’d recommend you visit their website for...

I moved from one city to another same state ,does it effect my auto insurance rates?
Actually the garaging zip code (were you keep your vehicle) is one of the areas that is look at in order to provide you with your rate. You need to call your insurance carrier to inform them as soon as posible.If you cancell the policy mid term and there is any unearned premium, that should...

How bad exactly is a 1500 mile drive? i really don't wanna fly, but need to get half way across the country!?
The person who says they drove 1500 miles in 18 hours would have had to > average < 84 miles per hour the whole way. I suspect they are mistaken about the distance.In reality you can average 50 to 55 miles per hour on a long trip. That means 1500 miles would take between 25 and 30 hours of driving - counting stops for fuel & restroom but not meals or sleep. It would be at least two 13+ hour days of driving. However, it may cost about the same as flying, and driving means you will have a car while you are in Oklahoma without having to rent one. If it's a factor, rental companies usually won't rent a car to anyone under the age of 25.Have your car checked by a real mechanic before you decide. Repair work or parts (especially tires) you might need for a really long trip might be more than an airline ticket. Another option if you still want to drive would be to rent a car in your home city (be sure to get one with "unlimited mileage"). Breaking down 1000 miles from home in your own car is more than inconveneint. If in doubt, fly.Make sure the license plate and the inspection sticker (if any) are current, and that you have the current registration & proof of insurance. Consider getting road service. AAA is best known, but you may be able to get it through your auto insuance or even your cellular provider.A car charger for your cellphone is a good idea. Have 2 flashlights and jumper cables. Make sure the jack & tire tools work and that you know how to change a tire (practice at least once - really).

How do i get appointed with a insurance company in miami ?
About the only carriers that will appoint you, IF you have an insurance resume, are Progressive and Infinity Leaders, for auto. In FL, good luck getting a property appointment. I honestly don't see it happening. But if you want NONSTANDARD, you can try Foremost Insurance.You really need...

I am curious what auto insurance companies out there, don’t require social security to give you a quote?
It seems sort of like the others are answering a different question. The question is simple: “What” insurance companies out there will not require a social-security number to give you a quote. I have the answer for you Sean, here are a few of the small amount that won't require your ss:*...