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Well, after shopping around (about 6 different phone calls) I accepted the fact it would cost as much to insure my quad as it would my car. No shit.

I couldn't do it. Especially with so many of you paying such a small amount every year.

Naturally every time I'm towing it, I would start to ulcerate. Watch the occasional youtube ATV Crash Spectacle and I would ulcerate.

Then I saw this one:
Let me tell ya, when I saw the remains, I got to feelin' a little queesy. :puke:

That's it, I'm done ulcerating. I contacted USAA and had them work up a quote for my house, car, and quad. Outstanding. Switched from Allstate and now I'm ulcer days are behind me.
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I have State Farm for Homeowner, Progressive for vehicles and Pekin Insurance for my business

None covered my trailers, but the trailer's contents were covered by one or another. I got trailer coverage for $5 per trailer (I have 3) through State Farm
Home, personal property, fine arts and 3 trailers with State Farm - $1700/yr $1000 deductible, $250 deductible on trailers

5 motorcycles (including off road race bike), 2 ATV's , car and 2 trucks with Progressive - $273/yr $250 disappearing deductible

Business property, personal property, liability - $1900/yr no deductible $1,000,000 property, $800,000 personal injury and $1,000,000 liability
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Got to have it where I live. Full coverage if financed and liability if it is yours. State law in both states I ride in.
I have Progressive on my vehicles, Pekin Insurance on my business, Foremost on my investment property and State Farm on my home and trailers.
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