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post #1 of 54 (permalink) Old 08-04-2008, 01:23 PM Thread Starter
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UTV Insurance! Whos the best?

Hey guys I know this topic has been beaten to death, but I'm willing to bet all the referrals from these threads have helped members find better coverage and prices.

Is there any one company in the valley that stands out, or has interest in the UTV community?


Thanks for any input!

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JUSTIN BILLS, Agent
STE 240
12630 N 103RD AVE
SUN CITY, AZ 853513464
Phone: (623) 977-1660
Fax: (623) 691-8083
Email: JUSTINBILLS@COX.NET
Licensed in Arizona

American National

2008 Rhino 700 base model
$130 per year.
BI = 100,000/300,000
PD = 100,000
Comp= 200 Ded
Coll = 200 Ded
at $12,000 value for theft and replacement

$160/ year
for the same but $20,000 value for theft and replacement


doesnt have an interest in the UTV community but was cheap.
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Thanks Kyle!

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post #5 of 54 (permalink) Old 08-22-2008, 03:29 PM
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He's doing good. Mine is 320 with less BI/PD coverage and 500 deductibles. I go through Geico.

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i have geico on everything. they pay if you destroy it at the dunes
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My agent is an ASA Member and Glamis Dunner! Give him a call!
http://stclairinsurance.com/

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I have Progressive.
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I have both Rhinos with American National, Louie Jacob, 602-996-4090. Pay 236./year for both, full coverage, 250. ded. I had one claim where it just rolled over on it's side, turned it in, one week later had it completely like new, that was two years ago, no increase in rates.....

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I have Progressive.
Me too, $138.00 for a whole year.

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dumb question (maybe) but does this cover engine grenades????
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no it does not cover engine orany parts that brake unless you have an accident
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no it does not cover engine orany parts that brake unless you have an accident
So after the motor blows, push it off a cliff (accidentally, of course)???
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So after the motor blows, push it off a cliff (accidentally, of course)???
i've been with Progressive with my cars for 4 years but they qouted me almost $400 a year for my '07 660!

Geico- $200 a year-500 ded. for comp,1000 collision, Bodily injury 50k/100k, under and uninsured 15k/30k. I declined towing-Thats what I have you guys for!

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I declined towing-Thats what I have you guys for!
better not go out with me- I will leave your ass out there. lol

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