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Old 01-16-2008, 02:29 PM
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State Farm Ron Roberts, same agent and company since I was 16. They have always taken care of me whether it was my truck or home. Rates went up a little after three totalled vehicles but not 40%.

Can't say what they would do for you but our family is happy with him.

PS first time I actually endorsed him in any way...................feels good!
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Old 01-16-2008, 06:29 PM
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State Farm for years...no problems
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Old 01-16-2008, 11:00 PM
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good to know but fawk me. each vehicle going up $120+ is retarded. I'm going to be calling around for car ins. I might have to sell some **** off.
I was explained this for the Uninsured part. used to be you paid it on each vehicle you owned, now you can have it on one and it will cover all your vehicles. If you have three trucks and carry it on two it doubles your coverage, it stacks it basically.

We have 250/500 but carry it on two so now we have 500/1 mill. it covers our three trucks the two motorcycles and my quad. we now have better coverage and actually save money. 1st truck was $120 and the second I believe $75. This is great for us but if you only have one truck it sort of sucks.

Hope this makes sense.
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Old 01-16-2008, 11:08 PM
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The roof deal from what I understand from her, (the mil) is that on those wood shingles is that they cover them, but in the event of a claim, you only get cash value.
Exactly, and the effect of this is that if the roof is over about 7 years old (assuming 15% depreciation, which is the sample number State Farm used with me), then you get to buy your own roof if a hail storm hits. Also, the premiums are higher, even though the coverage is crappy, because of the increased fire hazard.

We're in the process of buying a house with a 16yo shake roof. When it's time for replacement, I'll be buying composite.

BTW, I've been with State Farm for many years, with no complaints. Katie Riley is our agent.

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Speaking of roofs...

If anyone needs a contact for roof replacement let me know. My co-worker's son has a roofing business. Might save you guys some maybe...
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Speaking of roofs...

If anyone needs a contact for roof replacement let me know. My co-worker's son has a roofing business. Might save you guys some maybe...

Does he rebuild them too?
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Old 01-17-2008, 11:14 PM
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Does he rebuild them too?
Ummm, don't know

I don't know much about roofs - but I can ask if you want
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