Do you really need rideshare insurance?

What could happen if you don’t have rideshare insurance?

 

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It may seem like an okay idea to put off looking into rideshare insurance.  Maybe you’re a good driver and besides Uber and Lyft have insurance don’t they? Why would you want to pay more money for a rideshare endorsement or take the chance of getting canceled if your insurance company doesn’t offer rideshare insurance? Another driver on youtube said we didn’t need it. What’s the truth?

It’s an okay idea until you have an accident and have to think about it again. Then it might be too late. The Uber driver on youtube giving free insurance advice isn’t an insurance professional. It’s probably not a good idea to trust his advice…

It’s estimated that over 60% of rideshare drivers don’t have rideshare insurance.

Without a rideshare insurance policy or a rideshare endorsement, you’ll have coverage Gaps…

The entire time your app is on, your personal auto policy is suspended. Your TNC Lyft, Uber, etc., does provide coverage, but only for the period of time between accepting the passenger and dropping off the passenger (before accepting a passenger, some TNCs may provide limited liability coverage only). When you don’t have a passenger – you have no coverage for your vehicle and any damages or injuries you may sustain.

RideSharing Coverage steps in to cover you between passengers, effectively closing the gap.

Some things to consider…

Huge deductibles – Lyft has a $2500 deductible.  Uber has a $1000 deductible.  Some rideshare policies will cover the deductible gaps as well.  If for example, you have a $500 deductible on your policy that’s what you’d have with the rideshare endorsement – not $2500 or whatever.  You’ll want to ask your agent as some insurers will cover this gap and some insurers won’t cover it. A rideshare endorsement covering this gap could seem like a real bargain at claim time.

Loss of use… Let’s say you have an accident while heading to your hotspot and your vehicle is damaged. It needs extensive repair and it could take weeks to get it back on the road. You’re likely going to be out of pocket for deductibles you also won’t be able to drive or earn if that’s your only vehicle.

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MN state law requires rideshare drivers to carry a minimum of 50/100/30 liability limits.  If you are carrying the state minimum of 30/60/10 you won’t be compliant.

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Check your auto insurance policy

Even though you have an auto insurance policy, it might not provide coverage while you are working for a TNC – Lyft, Uber, etc., Look at the exclusions in your policy.  Most personal auto insurance policies have exclusions for when a vehicle is used “in connection with a transportation network company,” “as a public or livery conveyance,” or “to carry persons or property for a charge.” Many applications specifically ask “Are any vehicles used for rideshare?”

Also, look at the terms and conditions of the policy. Using your car for business purposes may be in violation and cause your policy to be canceled.

Do you really need rideshare insurance?  Yes!

Is it possible to pay lower rates with a rideshare endorsement than you’re currently paying? Yes! A driver just recently cut his insurance bill in half and has better coverage.

There are tips and tricks to get better rates like…

  • Bundling all your insurance to get the multi-policy discounts
  • Some companies have lower rates than others in certain areas – so check other companies
  • Carrying higher liability limits could get you a better quote – people looking to save on insurance typically carry lower limits of liability and it actually costs them more.
  • Get an advance quote or early bird quote at least two weeks in advance of your current policy expiration.  Most companies will give you a discount.
  • Use an independent agent or agency that represents more than one company and understands rideshare insurance.  It will save you time.
  • Want more tips?  Call 612.460.7796 or go online here…

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30/60/10 Do You Know What These Numbers Mean?

What do those numbers mean?  

They are liability insurance numbers.  

MN Auto Insurance Requirements Are 30/60/10

  1. The first number 30 or $30,000 is the bodily injury liability maximum coverage for one individual who’s injured in an auto accident.
  2. The second number 60 or $60,000 is the maximum amount of bodily injury liability coverage per accident.
  3. The third number 10 or $10,000 represents the maximum amount of property damage liability, and it’s per vehicle.

Did you know what they mean?

One of the most common mistakes made when purchasing insurance is choosing the lowest liability limits.

Here’s why…

Average day in MN 2015

  • 205 crashes
  • 1 Death and 82 Injuries
  • Average daily cost in MN $4,858,135
  • Per accident average cost $23,698

22% of the time driver distraction is contributing factor in teen driving crashes

 

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Cost of Motor Vehicle Crashes in 2015

  • 411 Deaths @$1,512,000/Death
  • 1,127 Severe Injuries @ $88,500/Crash
  • 7,251 Moderate Injuries @ $25,600/Crash
  • 21,603 Minor Injuries @ $21,000/Crash
  • 98,276 PDO Crashes @ $4,200/Crash

Driving your vehicle represents the largest possible source of a lawsuit and it’s always best to consider these things before an accident.

So, are your limits high enough?

People falsely assume having the state minimum liability limits of 30/60/10 is the least expensive or is all they can afford….Believe it or not many times it’s less expensive to carry higher limits – not only because of the obvious of having enough coverage if you are in an accident but, having higher limits can give you better rates by being placed in a better rating tier. It could cost less to have better insurance!

How much should you have?

You will want to consider your current earnings, your future earnings,  your wealth.

Your limits should be the same level. Your liability limits should be the same for each insurance policy.  If you are insuring a million dollar net worth and have 30/60/10 for your autos or a boat trying to predict where a loss is likely to occur is foolish. However, people make this mistake all the time.

The thing is having higher auto and home insurance liability limits not only protests you it could lead to better rates too!  One of the rating factors underwriters use for quoting is your current liability limits. Carrying the higher limits will generally get you better quotes.

If responsible for an accident, you may have to pay for…

  • Car Damage
  • Loss of Use
  • Towing
  • Car Rental
  • Damage to Personal Property
  • Damage to Business Property
  • Environmental Cleanup

  • Modification to a Home
  • Pain & Suffering
  • Towing
  • Loss of Essentials Services
  • Attorney Fees
  • Loss of Wages
  • Medical Bills

Call your agents and have them run some quotes for you with having higher prior limits and without.  Find out how much you need and what the cost is to protect yourself.  Higher liability limits are one of the few bargains available in insurance.  You’ll be surprised how affordable it can be to raise your limits. Plus, rest easier knowing your covered well.

I had a Car Accident – What Do I Do?

Having an accident is no joke. There are many accidents each year and sadly many die  because they were in a collision.  It is important for all drivers to understand just what they need to do if they have been involved in an accident large or small.

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The first thing to do is remain at the scene of the accident. Call the police as they will need to make a report of what happened. If you have a camera phone on you and you’re okay then consider taking some pictures. The police will do this as well so it is important to have enough evidence for your auto insurance claim.  Exchange insurance info and ask everyone involved in the accident for their information such as license plate number, driver’s license number, name, address and telephone number.

The second step is to get checked out by an EMT to make sure you’re okay. Many accident victims even those with minor injuries refuse to get medical treatment only to find out they have issues later.  You could be okay one minute and then drop dead the next. Your medical bills could be an issue if it isn’t documented as an accident related injury.

The third step is to go home and call your car insurance agent or  company. A claims representative is usually available 24 hours a day to talk to drivers and begin the claims process. Make sure to have your policy information readily available to help speed up the process.

The fourth step is to make a list of everything that happened. It is important to make notes while everything is fresh in your memory.  Once this is done, you can provide an accurate and clear statement for the insurance adjuster handling your claim.

The fifth step is to give an official statement to your adjuster. Do this as soon as you can to begin the claims process. It’s best to report an accident sooner than later if possible as stories can change.  Don’t just take the drivers word that they were at fault and will make it right.

The sixth step is to wait for the claims adjuster to begin to evaluate the claim. It usually takes about a week for a claims adjuster to get back to a driver about a claim. Be patient, especially if the car accident was serious. The adjuster will need to determine who was at fault and that can take a while in some situations. They generally try to recover your deductible if you were not at fault. Once the claim has been completed, a driver will receive their compensation check if the insurer feels that they are entitled to one. Once the check is cashed and no appeal is requested the claim is closed.

Always keep your auto insurance cab cards in your vehicle and up to date.

Related: Workers Compensation Lawyers Near Me.

Condo Insurance and FAQ 612.460.7796

CondoInsuranceMPLSCondos are popping up all over Minneapolis, all of them are different. The associations and condo insurance policies can be vastly different too.

Minneapolis was the fastest growing city in Minnesota in 2014 this was the first time in around 100 years and 2015 looks to repeat.  Minneapolis is the largest city in Minnesota and growing again.

Much of the growth has been downtown and condos. There are over 35,000 residents living just downtown. If you are thinking about moving into a condo or have recently moved into a condo, you probably have a lot of questions about the complex that you have gotten into and about things such as affordable and the right condo insurance coverage. Though not all of these questions can be answered because each condo will vary, the basics of learning some of the rules of your condo complex is actually not that difficult to do.

 

You’ll want to look at or better yet – have your insurance agent look over the condo associations master policy.  Are just the contents and liability covered?  These policies vary and you’ll need to know things like what is covered and what the associations deductibles are and how much loss assessment coverage you’ll need on you HO6 policy “condo and town home policy”

You’ll also want to read the bylaws they are all different too. If you want to determine the answers to questions like whether or not pets are allowed?  Are rentals allowed? Are there are designated parking spaces in your condo complex?

Learn the Rules Before You Buy

Condos are like snowflakes, all of them are different. Of course, this is not to the same degree, but it can be said about the rules that are found in each individual condo complex and they can impact your condo living experience.  Condo insurance policies vary too and even though they are generally less expensive than home insurance policies they are often the most improperly insured.  Don’t just assume the associations bylaws and insurance policies are the same.

Consider all Your Insurance Options

You can receive a discount on your premiums if you package your car and condo policies together same insurer.  You will likely be offered condominium insurance coverage through the company that insures the whole building. While this may be useful to make sure all gaps are covered as they know the policies – you’ll still want to make sure your contents and liability limits are adequate.

The buildings insurer may be more expensive and their autos may be more expensive.  So, it’s best to have a local independent agent look over the hazzard insurance policies and run some quotes.  Most condos and town home master policies are written by captive agents who represent only one company.

There are ways to get your insurance lower by paying a higher deductible will lower premiums, as will allowing your provider to deduct your payments from your checking account. New safety and security devices in your unit can make you safer in your home while lowering your rates.

For more info on the available and various condos in Minneapolis

For a condo insurance quote or questions call 61.460.7796 and speak with a downtown condo insurance specialists.

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Know the basics of auto insurance

It helps to know about the basics of auto insurance.  Many people don’t know and it costs. Picking auto insurance that fits your needs and the needs of your family is important, so here we’ll give you the basics.  Many people shop on price alone and lose site of the purpose of auto insurance.  What’s the point of buying a cheap policy for a good price if it doesn’t provide you with the coverage you may need?

Here you’ll find information about car insurance and answers to some common questions. If after reviewing this material, you still have questions, call one of the insurance specialists.  They’re here to help you and won’t pressure you – they’ll just help you.

What is auto insurance?

 Auto insurance is meant to cover you if you cause injuries to others or damage their property in an auto accident. It  also provides protection if your vehicle is damaged in an accident or is stolen. What protection you have is spelled out in your auto insurance policy.

An auto insurance policy is a contract between you and an insurance company. You, the customer, pay a certain price (“premium”) to the insurance carrier in exchange for a set of coverages you select. Your policy describes what the insurance provider will or will not cover.

 

What does auto insurance cover?

At a high level, auto insurance typically provides four basic things—liability coverages (for injuries to others and damage to their property), coverage for damage to your car or cars, coverage for medical expenses and uninsured motorist coverages (for situations where someone without enough insurance injures you or a family member). There are a variety of coverage options available; they may vary by state and company.

 

What are the common auto insurance coverages?

Bodily injury liability coverage generally pays damages for bodily injuries to the driver and passengers of the other vehicle when you are responsible for an accident. It also provides coverage to defend you if you are sued because of an auto accident.

Property damage liability coverage generally pays for damages to another person’s property (e.g. their car) when you are responsible for an accident. It also provides coverage to defend you if you are sued because of an auto accident.

Medical payments coverage generally covers you, household relatives and your passengers for medical expenses that result from injuries sustained in an auto accident. It also covers you as a pedestrian if you are hit by a vehicle.

Some states have personal injury protection (PIP) in place of, or in addition to, medical payments coverage. This is also known as no-fault coverage. PIP can generally pay for medical expenses, funeral expenses, loss of income and other expenses for injuries or death due to bodily injury sustained as the result of a car accident.

Uninsured or underinsured motorist bodily injury coverage generally pays for damages for bodily injury to you and your passengers when caused by another in an auto accident and the person legally responsible either has inadequate or no insurance. This coverage varies greatly by state. In some states it may be a combined coverage, while other states may offer it as two separate coverages (e.g. one for uninsured motorists and one for underinsured motorists).

Collision coverage generally pays for damage to your car if it hits another car, object, or overturns. A deductible applies to this coverage.

Comprehensive coverage generally pays for damage to your car if it is stolen or damaged by certain causes other than collision, such as fire, theft, hail or vandalism. A deductible applies to this coverage.

What should I consider when purchasing auto insurance?
When purchasing auto insurance, make sure you find coverage that fits your needs. Think about you and your family’s specific circumstances, including your risk tolerance and your budget. If you aren’t sure what type of things you should consider, read below. Or, get help by working with an insurance agent which is what we recommend as it doesn’t cost any more to have a pro on your side and will likely help you save.

Local agents likely know which companies offer discounts or savings incentives.  An experienced agent will know how to get you the best coverage at the lowest cost.  Sometimes it actually cost less when you have better coverage with higher liability limits as it places you into different rating tiers and helps your insurance score.

When you shop online and purchase without an agent – you become your own agent and if you make a mistake like not adding glass coverage or some other more important coverage it won’t be covered.  If an agent makes a mistake they have E&O insurance.  The insurance company is the only one to benefit by you acting as your own agent.

 

You could also check out the blog as it has many articles on savings and tips. Below are a few simple questions to help you start evaluating your needs.

  1. What is your household salary? What are my assets? How much in savings and equity do I have? How much are you willing to risk and insure? Essentially, the higher your salary and net worth, the more you stand to lose if you are ever found liable for an accident.  The more attractive to attorneys you become. The more assets you have, the more coverage you might want to consider.
  2. How old is my car and how much is it worth? Do I own my car outright or is it leased or financed? The model year and original cost of your car helps determine the approximate value of your car today. If the value of the car is low and you own it outright (i.e. no loan or lease), you may want to think about whether you really want comprehensive or collision coverages. On the other hand, if you lease or finance your car, your lender or car dealership probably requires comprehensive and/or collision coverage.
  3. How much am I willing to pay out-of-pocket? Deductibles are applicable to certain coverages, such as comprehensive and collision coverages. In the event of a loss, a deductible is the amount that you must pay out-of-pocket before your insurance kicks in. A higher deductible could lower your premium.
  4. Do I have health insurance? Auto insurance can include medical payments coverage for you and your passengers. If you don’t have your own health insurance, you should consider purchasing some type of medical payments coverage on your policy.
  5. Do I have children of driving age? Children are generally more inexperienced drivers and can present a greater risk on the road. If you have children of driving age, you might want to consider purchasing higher limits of liability coverage.

 

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Friendly local agents are here to help you get bigger savings, better coverage, and provide you with the best service.

Call the Minneapolis Auto Insurance Specialists Team 612-460-7796.

Pet Insurance Coverage

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With our Pet Injury coverage, customers’ auto, boat, RV and now commercial policies protect their dogs or cats too.

What is Pet Insurance Coverage?

Pet Injury coverage comes complimentary with Collision coverage, and if your customers’ dog or cat is injured in an accident while riding with them,  Companies like Progressive will pay up to $1000 to help with veterinary bills and medicine.

 

When Can Pet Injury Coverage Be Used?

Minneapolis Pet Insurance coverage can be used whenever a pet is injured during a claim covered by Collision or Comprehensive coverage. This coverage is available for pets riding in the car and owned by your customer or his/her relatives.

Pet Injury coverage is built into Collision coverage – there’s no added cost if the customer chooses to use it or not use it. Collision coverage must be included on at least one covered vehicle on the policy to receive Pet Injury coverage.

 

Coverage Highlights

  • Coverage is limited to dogs and cats owned by the named insured and resident relatives.
  • Only covers injuries sustained in a “collision” or “comprehensive” claim.
  • The pet must be inside the vehicle when injured to be covered (includes pickup truck beds).
  • $1000 is the most Progressive will pay in a collision or comp claim regardless of number of pets injured or that die.
  • Pays up to $1000 for veterinary bills if a pet is injured in a coll/comp claim.
  • Pays $1000 if the pet dies as a result of the coll/comp claim. The insured does not need to replace the animal to get paid.
  • In cases of theft, we will cover a stolen pet for the $1000 death benefit only if there is a total theft of the car while the pet is in it.
  • The customer will need to provide proof of payment to be reimbursed for vet bills.
  • There is no coverage if there is not Collision coverage on at least one vehicle listed on the policy. If Collision coverage is purchased on any one vehicle, Pet Injury coverage is provided whether the pet is in the vehicle with collision coverage or one of the other vehicles that may not have collision on the policy, or in a “non-owned” car as defined in the policy. Furthermore, there is coverage if the pet is injured, dies or is stolen as a result of an event that fits the definitions of Comprehensive (even if Comp coverage has not been purchased).
  • If the loss is excluded for the vehicle under Part IV of the policy, coverage for Pet Injury is also excluded.

 

  • Not all carriers offer Pet Insurance coverage – consult your insurance specialists as they will have options for you if your provider doesn’t offer this coverage.

Insurance in Minneapolis

The best way to get insurance in Minneapolis – Great Rates for All Drivers and Homes

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Minneapolis Insurance Specialists represent many companies – not just one. It makes getting affordable rates easier.

Great Auto Insurance and Homeowners in all Minneapolis and Minnesota

Call 612.460.7796 for Insurance in Minneapolis. Auto or Home Insurance for people living in Minneapolis and all of Minnesota. We professionally select rates from some of the best companies licensed in Minnesota including AAA, ASI, Allied, Encompass, Dairyland, Foremost, Integrity, Safeco,Travelers, West Bend and Progressive. We offer the best coverage at the lowest price – not cheap policies for a good price. We know how to get all the discounts and get insured.

We write auto insurance for all drivers. We have companies that offer many discounts that are specially designed to get best bottom prices for the preferred driver. We offer have programs for the driver that is inexperienced or has not had recent insurance or has tickets or accidents or is required to prove insurance to the State with a SR22 certificate. We offer non-owners or named operators insurance for the driver required to carry insurance but does not own a vehicle. We have companies that offer ATV, Boat, Cycle,RV and Classic car Insurance. For Home or Residence Insurance we have companies that will do builders risk, secondary homes and cabins. We guarantee the best Condo, Townhome and Renters Insurance coverage and prices.

Don’t settle for those companies that spend a ton on advertising and only represent one company. Don’t pay high insurance prices for those Super Bowl Commercials. Get choices and options. CALL 612.460.7796 for your Insurance in Minneapolis.

Borrowing A Car…Are You Covered?

 

Most people have an idea of what’s covered and not covered under their various insurance policies. But at The Minneapolis Insurance Specialists Team, we get a lot of questions about borrowing or loaning a car.

 

Now that summer is here, and you might be looking to borrow your neighbor’s truck for a home-improvement project or a trip to the local landfill, we thought it was a great time to provide a little more information.

 

Generally, insurance coverage follows the vehicle rather than the driver. So in most instances, as long as the owner of the car has insurance, it’s covered even if someone other than the owner is driving it — as long as they have the owner’s permission.

 

The borrower’s insurance is considered secondary, meaning that in the event of an accident, it could apply if the owner’s insurance is insufficient to fully cover the damage.

 

It’s important to note that there are some exceptions to what is called “permissive use” coverage. For example, permission must be given by the owner, unless the borrower has a reasonable belief that they are allowed to use the car. However, the borrower cannot give permission to someone else. So if your teenager allows one of his or her friends to drive your car to the MOA or a cruise around the lakes, your coverage likely won’t apply.

 

Coverage might also be denied if the borrower operates the vehicle in a negligent or criminal manner. And if the borrower is using your car for business purposes, your personal auto policy likely won’t cover that. If you are borrowing a company car you need to know if you are a covered driver and when you can use it and for what use.

 

If you have a regular long-term arrangement to either borrow or lend a car, the borrower should probably be added to the owner’s personal auto policy. Those who don’t own a car, but often borrow one, might also consider “named non-owner coverage,” an endorsement that provides bodily injury and property damage liability, uninsured motorists coverage and more.

 

Ultimately, it’s usually safe to loan your friend your car for occasional errands or projects. And the same goes for borrowing a car. Just make sure it’s for “normal” use. You’ll want to confirm that the car has coverage and that your insurance, whether you’re the owner or borrower, will apply.

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How to Save Money on Car Insurance Using a Progressive Agent…

When it comes to car insurance, there are a number of ways – good ways and not so good ways to reduce your premium. And in today’s tough economic times, a little here and there can add up.


Choosing a local independent Progressive agent can mean big savings with the least amount of hassle. Progressive agents recommends asking these five questions:

Can I save by shopping around?  Yes, most likely you can save by shopping.  It will take a lot of time, you’ll have to give your personal info to all kinds of people and place, you’ll have to figure out if you have the right insurance and hope you don’t make any mistakes – like not including full glass coverage or not taking advantage of all the discounts, etc. Car insurance rates can vary by hundreds of dollars between insurance companies,  it does pay to check  the rates to make sure you’re getting the best deal.  It’s just a lot easier to let a good Progressive agent do it for you.  They have insurance knowledge and know how and where to get the best deal.  They work with insurance everyday.  Why mess around and try to do it yourself?  You don’t get a discount for doing it yourself.  Only a fool represents themselves in a court of law and insurance.  You become your own agent when you purchase on your own.

Last year, people who switched to Progressive and saved reported saving an average of $550 on their annual premiums. And because an independent agent represents several companies, he or she can quickly and easily compare rates for you.

Am I carrying the right amount of coverage? Owners of older or inexpensive cars could consider dropping Comprehensive and Collision coverages. Doing that can save hundreds of dollars each year. A common cut off many choose is  $2500.  If it is worth less than $2500 than consider liability only.  If you really need to save money raise your deductibles not lower your liability limits.  You’ll save more and reduce your risk.

Is my policy up to date? If you’ve moved, gotten married, or bought a home, check with your agent – you may be eligible for lower rates. Some companies will allow residents of the same household to be on the same policy and receive multi=policy discounts.

Should I raise my deductible? Maybe – it all depends on your risk tolerance and the vehicles worth. According to the Insurance Information Institute, raising your deductibles to $500 could reduce your Collision and Comprehensive costs by 15 to 30 percent.

Do I qualify for any discounts? Your Progressive agent will know and should ask you questions like..Does your car have anti-lock brakes? an Alarm? Would you like to try Snapshot to see if you could save up to 30% more?  You might also be eligible for discounts if you pay in full, own a home, are a loyal customer, have no recent tickets or accidents, sign up for paperless billing, list another car on your policy, and more.

Does Progressive offer truck insurance in MN? Yes, Progressive offers commercial insurance. It’s best to speak with a local agency that is knowledgeable in trucking. Find info on Truck Insurance MN here !

To learn more, talk to your local Minneapolis area independent Progressive agent or broker. 612.460.7796


Progressive Independent Agents and Brokers




Progressive independent agents and brokers can offer products from many insurance companies. This helps them better serve your interests, as they can review multiple options to find a policy and rate that’s right for you. Insurance rates vary from company to company.  Progressive Independent agents can put together a customized insurance plan for you.

Independent agents compare policies and rates everyday. Whether its Progressive or other top insurance companies. Independent agents know how and where to get all the discounts. You will also have the correct coverage.

Wise people put pros on their side and save a ton of money, time, and get the best policies too….Why shouldn’t you?

If you’re ready to contact an independent agent to talk about saving money on car insurance, here are a few things to consider:

Has your life situation changed recently? Many factors determine auto insurance rates, not just vehicle year, make, model, body type and engine size. If you’ve recently moved, gotten married, had a birthday or experienced a similar life milestone, mention this to an independent agent or broker. You may be eligible to save money on your car insurance. Get a quote here and receive at least three quotes to compare. It is a one stop shop. You will save time and money!

Did You Know?

Unlike captive agents, Progressive Independent Agents and Brokers can offer products from many insurance companies. This helps them better serve your interests, as they can review multiple options to find a policy and rate that’s right for you. They can offer objective advice and more quotes.

Get a Progressive quote from the Minneapolis Insurance Team today!

 

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