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Popular Q&A

How does insurance policy works when getting a new vehicle?
I guess we can assume you did not have any other vehicles, or an existing auto insurance policy. Because if you did, then you would have automatic coverage on your current policy of insurance for a specified number of days. And then you would need to notify your agent about your new car.Otherwise...

How is Progressive for auto insurance?
I've been with them for a few years now and have no complaints. The rates are lower and service has been good.Source(s):I'm an agent (at a different company!) and an auto insurance claims adjuster.

Whats your opinion...?
Denver is very expensive, but I'm not sure about the smaller towns in Colorado. I've lived in Tampa and Ft. Lauderdale in Florida. Tampa is relatively inexpensive and Ft. Lauderdale is expensive, with a housing market in the top 5 most expensive in the country. Keep in mind that in Florida...

Which bill stands a greater chance of being overturned by the courts, the health care bill or the Arizona law?
That would depend on the makeup of the court and it's attitude toward legislating from the bench. If the court rules strictly by the constitution and not by political agenda, the the health care bill would be the more likely to be overturned. Reason being that the AZ law is based strictly on...

What will happen if I am 2 days late paying my auto insurance with Nationwide?
You have 48 hours grace. If you can do a credit card over the phone to the service center before midnight on the 17th, you should be ok. If you can't do that there's a $10 late fee that will appear on your next bill.Source(s):CA ins agent - Allied insurance which is a Nationwide company