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Old May 13th, 2014, 10:35 AM
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Outstanding -- that scenario would be covered by insurance?
Yep. My agent has been right by my side the whole time too, which is a big part of the reason I recommended American Collectors Ins. They are also going to factor in the increased value of my truck in the event I have to make a total loss claim, since it was taken directly after I dumped many thousands worth of parts and labor into it and before I had the chance to adjust my agreed value policy to reflect that. Of course, I would rather not have to make that claim to begin with, but I digress...

Sorry if this took the thread on a bit of a tangent, but I think it's good evidence to support the quality of the insurance company, and aids in OP's decision.

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I have 3 vehicles with Chubb and an agreed upon value for the Defender. Nothing but a pleasure to work with. Also beyond happy with my broker who is the main interface, if anyone wants their contact info feel free to shoot me a PM.
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I have 3 vehicles with Chubb and an agreed upon value for the Defender. Nothing but a pleasure to work with. Also beyond happy with my broker who is the main interface, if anyone wants their contact info feel free to shoot me a PM.
Chubb=rich people insurance
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Chubb=rich people insurance
They have their own Wildfire fire fighting team that gets sent in when mansions are threatened. They saved most of the homes Chubb insured from the 2010 Fourmile Canyon fire here in Colorado.
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Old May 13th, 2014, 05:06 PM
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Chubb=rich people insurance
They were definitely a little more on the daily but the other car isn't driven much and they gave me an extremely affordable rate on less than 2,000 miles per year. Within dollars of everyone else I called.
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I have 3 vehicles with Chubb and an agreed upon value for the Defender. Nothing but a pleasure to work with. Also beyond happy with my broker who is the main interface, if anyone wants their contact info feel free to shoot me a PM.
I have CHUBB for my homes and their rates are very competitive.

For my autos, I use Geico.

For agreed value insurance, is it only repair/replacement only and would I still have to go through Geico to get liability?
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They were definitely a little more on the daily but the other car isn't driven much and they gave me an extremely affordable rate on less than 2,000 miles per year. Within dollars of everyone else I called.
Not pejorative at all Chubb rocks Rich people can't be wrong!
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Old May 16th, 2014, 12:02 PM
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I have CHUBB for my homes and their rates are very competitive.

For my autos, I use Geico.

For agreed value insurance, is it only repair/replacement only and would I still have to go through Geico to get liability?
I am not sure of the specifics on the repair/replacement but i believe it is on a repair / replacement basis. The agreed upon part is if the truck is totaled, stolen or stuff like that. When I was shopping around for Insurance I wanted to put my daily with Allstate because the rate was a bit better but they said it would be "Stacking." I am not sure what they meant other than it being illegal so your liability would be through Chubb too if I am not mistaken.
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Carry liability only and have a huge stash of body parts. If a wreck don't kill or incapacitate you, repair it.
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Just to add recent experience here. I'm going through Safety Insurance in MA on an agreed value. Just need to get it appraised.

The nice thing is I can choose my own appraiser. Does anyone in the Northeast know of someone familiar with Rovers/market?
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Just to add recent experience here. I'm going through Safety Insurance in MA on an agreed value. Just need to get it appraised.

The nice thing is I can choose my own appraiser. Does anyone in the Northeast know of someone familiar with Rovers/market?
You could probably use ECR, Cityside Garage, Rover Special Vehicles, etc. maybe even RoversNorth?
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Need an appraisal on my RRC and Series truck for insurance, I have a nice rust free 95 25th and I don't want him to undervalue it. Any suggestions? Hagerty doesn't have a guide for Land Rovers and KBB says my truck is worth $2500 which is way off. Any help is appreciated.
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Nada does classic car values. I'm not sure 1995 is old enough yet, but they show $7500

http://www.nadaguides.com/Classic-Ca...ity-4WD/Values
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Nada does classic car values. I'm not sure 1995 is old enough yet, but they show $7500 http://www.nadaguides.com/Classic-Ca...ity-4WD/Values
That's better than $2500, I already have an agreed upon value with my current company, but the last appraisal was a few years ago. I figure with the upswing in classic and series truck values now is the time to have them reappraised.
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Interestingly I just got a quote for an agreed value policy for an accurate value from American Collectors with a reasonable premium (under $2k) annually. The quote asked me a series of questions about its use, which included "off road". I selected use of 1 day a week and clicked vacation/beach and off-road and it still gave me the quote. I though reading this thread there were restrictions around that or does that come in the final policy language "gotch ya's" (not the online quote)?
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I got an online quote from Leland West for AVI (ironically through my Porsche Club of America membership although I put in my D90) for ~$1k, w/low deductibles, and options for 3k, 6k or unlimited yearly mileage. American Collector was more than double the price for less. Just another option
Hagerty said no based on some bs reason.
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FYI, just received this:

"Thank you for taking the time to fill out an application for insurance on your 1994 Landrover Defender. We are not able to consider coverage on this vehicle at this time.

Per the notice on the quote screen of our web site: Autos and trucks must be collectible or exotic in nature and subject to limited, pleasure-only use consistent with the collectible nature of the vehicle. Unfortunately your vehicle does not meet with at least one of these criteria at this time. This limitation is noted elsewhere on our site, including the home page.

We are sorry we are not able to insure your vehicle, and we thank you very much for your interest in our program.
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Does anyone know of a company that will do agreed value on an ungaraged vehicle?

Balboa
Atlantic Mutual

If you are willing to give them all your insurance needs , you can have anything you want on agreed value, portfolio coverage or whatever other like you have

You select the value and your premium will be reflected on your choice.

Deductibles are reasonable 1000 collision 500 comprehensive

No question asked to pay in the event of a claim, check on hand in a NY minute
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Just to add recent experience here. I'm going through Safety Insurance in MA on an agreed value. Just need to get it appraised.

The nice thing is I can choose my own appraiser. Does anyone in the Northeast know of someone familiar with Rovers/market?
Dave: Mass auto is very different to every other state in the Union.
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Seeing that other thread on the accident reminded me I need to commit to a "agreed" policy for my D90. Seems the opinion is to go with American Collectors Insurance. I did a quote online and got around $650 annually for $40,000 agreed policy. That seem fair?
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