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suhmahdee1 posted a topic in 2014 - 2019 Silverado & SierraMy parked 2018 got swiped light bumper damage... insurance quote is over 1200 want to upgrade the bumper in the process... but cant tell what looks good on a stock truck... any suggestions?
I know there are a lot of broad contributing factors when it comes to auto insurance premiums but I just recently received my third policy renewal from GEICO for my 2015 Silverado CC and I am shocked that my rates went up by 20% (++$130). First policy for the truck was $628, second policy was $645, third policy/current renewal rate $774. I live in Atlanta, GA and I have been with GEICO for 9+ years since I started driving. I have never had a claim, ticket, or accident. I called GEICO about the increase and they claim there was a statewide increase for all of GA effective this month. I find that a little hard to believe. Anyway I am looking for other peoples experiences since this increase doesn't seem acceptable to me. I have great coverage and pay more for the lowest possible deductibles. I also have a number of add on services through GEICO such as Roadside Assistance and Rental Reimbursement. Should a customer of 9+ years with no claims be subject to such an increase?
Anglerman posted a topic in 2014 - 2019 Silverado & SierraI was involved in a hit and run accident with my 2015 Denali and my insurance is filing this against my uninsured motorist coverage. On top of the replacement cost of the truck there is a clause where they will pay me additional money for the diminished value of my truck due to the accident. My question for the forum has anyone had any experience with this before? How do you establish what the diminished value of the truck actually is without selling it? How much with the actual value decrease because of the wreck? The truck is virtually new, had 851 miles on it at the time of the accident. The other driver ran in to the right front corner of the truck, put me in to a spin running 65mph, hit the center median barrier wall with the left front corner, jumped over the wall (yes these trucks will climb right over that wall). I hope they total the truck but I'm still waiting to hear from insurance company. On another note the airbags in these trucks apparently work pretty good because this was a serious wreck and I managed to walk away from it. Any help on this would be appreciated.
OnStar pairs with Progressive Insurance to share driving dataAfter the assessment, drivers can choose to share the driving data and evaluation information with Progressive Insurance through its SnapShot discount program. Progressive will be the first insurance company to use OnStar Data to evaluate actual driving behavior. Only available in the United States the opt-in driving evaluation and data sharing will be available on all 2016 models, most 2015 models, and some 2013/2014 models.
By Zane Merva Executive Editor, GM-Trucks.com 1/5/2015 General Motor's OnStar Division has announced that starting this summer customers will be able to consent to share their personal driving data with the company. Customers who opt-into the program will be monitored for 90-days. At the end of the period, the company will provide a detailed driving assessment to the driver for their review. After the assessment, drivers can choose to share the driving data and evaluation information with Progressive Insurance through its SnapShot discount program. Progressive will be the first insurance company to use OnStar Data to evaluate actual driving behavior. Only available in the United States the opt-in driving evaluation and data sharing will be available on all 2016 models, most 2015 models, and some 2013/2014 models.