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docric
Tue Jun 20 2017, 09:23AM


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Just got my bill from Hagerty. 450 for one year. 20,000 coverage.

Sounds like a lot to me. Any input?

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Steve & Laura
Tue Jun 20 2017, 11:50AM

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we're at $253 for 12k coverage with Hagerty
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Fred
Fri Jun 23 2017, 08:56PM

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Both sound pretty good. In VA if you dont have insurance thru a carrier ya gotta pay the state 400

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Fri Jun 23 2017, 10:26PM

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had we had hagerty, we would have gotten what we paid for the '02 as opposed to the "fair market" value we got

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I pay $650 for my 65 through American Collectors. $90,000 coverage

They don't have as many restrictions as Hagerty.
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1977_L63H_P27
Sun Jul 16 2017, 08:04PM

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Steve & Laura wrote ...

we're at $253 for 12k coverage with Hagerty


Is that 12k total, or is there coverage for any vehicle that you might hit? If not, I'd have to purchase a liability policy as well. It would be very easy to run thru 12 g's fixing someone elses car or paying a couple of medical bills.
We pay $290 a year just for liability. But that covers up to 150k vehicle damage and medical bills. BTW, I have a 17 yo driver on the policy.

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Steve & Laura
Mon Jul 17 2017, 01:55PM

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$12k coverage on OUR Bus
LIABILITY Coverage Part - Limits are...
A: Bodily Injury: $250,000 Per Person / $500,000 Per Accident
A: Property Damage: $100,000 Per Accident
B: Medical Payments: $1,000 Per Person Per Accident
C2: Combined Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage: $250,000 Per Person / $500,000 Per Accident
C1: Uninsured Motorist Property Damage: $100,000 Per Accident
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