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Old April 21st, 2010, 07:18 AM   #1
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Well my car insurance decided the are not going to cover my blazer any more since there is a higher risk of an accident. I had full coverage on it and decided to see how much more it would cost to cover all the other things ive put in to the truck. So i sent them a list of everything with prices and a picture. I guess they wont cover anything with over 3in of lift so now they are dropping me. So now I need to find a different company that will cover my blazer. What do you guys have for your lifted trucks. Im 20 and I was on my parents insurance. I only have one ticket for 75 in a 70. No points though. It would be nice if it was under 200 a month but i doubt that will happen.
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Old April 21st, 2010, 07:27 AM   #3
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Yeah it's not really a good idea to tell your insurance company what you've done to your car.

I'd call a local independent agent and tell them you need to insure your blazer. and since you've probably had a gap in coverage you'll pay even more.
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Old April 21st, 2010, 07:51 AM   #4
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Old April 21st, 2010, 07:57 AM   #5
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Yeah it's not really a good idea to tell your insurance company what you've done to your car.

I'd call a local independent agent and tell them you need to insure your blazer. and since you've probably had a gap in coverage you'll pay even more.
Yeah i should have left it alone but my company told me that if I didnt tell them and had a claim they would have denied covergae since they didnt know about the added items. I dont know if all companies are like that or not. So im wonder should I tell other companies about the lift or not. I dont want them to say they wont cover it if i need to claim something. Also my current company is giving me a few days so i shouldnt have to pay extra for a gap in insurance.
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Old April 21st, 2010, 08:24 AM   #6
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Yeah i should have left it alone but my company told me that if I didnt tell them and had a claim they would have denied covergae since they didnt know about the added items. I dont know if all companies are like that or not. So im wonder should I tell other companies about the lift or not. I dont want them to say they wont cover it if i need to claim something. Also my current company is giving me a few days so i shouldnt have to pay extra for a gap in insurance.
Typically they cover it then drop you shortly after if it is a reasonable company.
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Old April 21st, 2010, 08:25 AM   #7
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^^ I'm with stupid. No try arrowhead insurance company. It'll be under QBE, I'm 17 and pay 125 a month for a Blazer that doesn't run at the moment. :)
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Fucking brilliant.

Go ahead and pay your premiums for years on a vehicle they won't cover.
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2 biggest thieves in the world.....Insurance companies and Banks.

Btw what the companies name? or i missed it.
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Btw what the companies name? or i missed it.
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Old April 21st, 2010, 06:00 PM   #14
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I'd call a local independent agent and tell them you need to insure your blazer. and since you've probably had a gap in coverage you'll pay even more.
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Fucking brilliant.

Go ahead and pay your premiums for years on a vehicle they won't cover.
Just don't modify your vehicle.


Or just carry PL PD.
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Old April 22nd, 2010, 09:40 AM   #15
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Where do polititions fall
Damn good question, some professions are not rated due to the inherant, malformed job description.

I.e. politican = thief ... so no ranking is neccesary

Sorry end of thread jack
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