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Progressive #14051351 07/03/21 08:45 PM
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Progressive has quoted my a policy on a boat I am buying of $171 per year with $500 deductible.

They agreed to hold the value of the boat at $21,000 for 5 years.

Seems like a good deal to me but I wanted to see what other policies might cost.

Re: Progressive [Re: kirbydog] #14057395 07/09/21 11:42 PM
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I use Progressive, too.


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Re: Progressive [Re: kirbydog] #14070747 07/23/21 03:59 AM
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I have Progressive through USAA.


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Re: Progressive [Re: kirbydog] #14092878 08/12/21 07:12 PM
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A little late to this one, but I also use Progressive through USAA. I also found out that you can insure your tackle as well.


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Real men love Jesus, don't wear scarves, pop their gum, or use an umbrella....IMO

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Re: Progressive [Re: kirbydog] #14096464 08/16/21 01:38 AM
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I have USAA and recently got a quote of $800 for a year for 40k agreed upon value via progressive through USAA. Seemed a bit high. I am gonna try straight thru progressive to cut out the middle man to try and get a better price. Does the 800 seem high?


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I just switched from Progressive to Travelers for $200 saving and better coverage!
Ryan McCoy is awesome!

Re: Progressive [Re: kirbydog] #14097495 08/16/21 11:15 PM
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I recommend Great American Insurance group. Better coverage benefits for about the same cost or just less as Progressive.


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Re: Progressive [Re: kirbydog] #14109788 08/27/21 12:11 AM
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I've been with Progressive for several years through USAA and rates have always been great. I have never had a claim until Monday 23 Aug when I was stuck in the middle of a lake without power. I tried to call Progressive to get in touch with someone that could assist as I have the tow on water rider, but no response after 20 minutes. I finally called USAA for assistance and they finally got a person that I could talk to at Progressive, unfortunately that person could only handle automative road assistance and when she tried to transfer me to a "Watercraft" specialist I was disconnected. Now I'm really frustrated when a fellow boater came by to assist by towing me to the dock, very thankful. I was glad I wasn't on Amistad or Falcon. Just be careful with Progressive.

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