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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by Potchkins, Nov 19, 2003.
it's too big well that's what
thay said what do i do?
Give Erie Insurance a call. They have the best rates I have ever come across for commercial insurance....Actual any type of insurance. I have my auto policies, liability, Inland marine and homeowners through them. Cant beat there rates!
Erie is a regional company, they don't write in Arkansas. I'm insured with Erie also, but my HO went up 31% this year and my commercial general liability will go up at least 25% next year. They were hammered with storm and investment losses and were actually downgraded a notch by A. M. Best. They may have kept rates low in PA as that is their home state, but I would bet your going to see some increases in PA also. Find a independent agent and have them go to work for you Pot. F250 should not be that difficult to insure with most companies.
The insurance on my superduty is no more than my other vehicles
My Super Duty is about $200 per year more than my F150. But the 150 is a 1998 and the 250 is brand new.
with a 14ft flatbed
bigger than a 350
My 2002 F-250 is cheaper than my wifes 2000 Grand Prix Gt...
ins on my 99' dodge 2500
quad cab, long bed,4x4, diesel
Too big for what?
Did you speak to your agent or somebody that thinks they know what they're talking about cause they've been successfully trained to answer the phone?
Super Duty's are all over the place, somebody's brain wires are disconnected.
The F Superduty is a 14 or 15K gvw truck. It places it in the medium duty catagory, you need an insurance company that write policies on Heavy Duty and Medium duty trucks.