+1 on the will never use Progressive again.
I figure the more an insurance has to advertise how "good" they are, the poorer their customer support is. I can't talk about specifics with my recent experience with Progressive...because of lawyer reasons...but maybe one day I will.
Interesting. I've had Progressive on my motorcycles for over ten years, the car and Roadtrek RV for over five.
I hit a critter(raccoon) with my old C-10 Connie and I had a check in less than 48 hours. This was about 6-7 years ago.
The wife had a collision with an airborne mud flap off of a large motor home on I-75. As it was still airborne it was covered under comprehensive. They referred my to a highly regarded body shop and the work and everything else was seamless and drama free.
There are also deductible forgiveness programs for being a long term customer.
This is all through an independent agent in Lake County, FL.
The two bikes with high liabilities and full coverage on the Versys and just liability and towing on the KLR runs just over $200 per year. I do not have uninsured motorist(very$$$) as US Medicare will cover that if necessary.
I did check with Markel(sp?) and Dairyland a couple of years ago. They were 50-100% more money and I would lose my "no deductible bonus".
As mentioned earlier, insurance is highly variable with a lot of things in play to determine rates, and likely level of service and hassle. My credit score is over 800 and I have a clean driving record.