I would give them no stars if I could. This company is horrible. I and my husband went to change our insurance from our separate policies into a combined policy and signed up with them on June 8th. We were offered a better-combined rate to stay with Geico so we faxed in cancellation on the 11th three days into the policy after paying original $90 to sign up. We called to see if there would be a refund, and got a big Fat NO!! Apparently, in the fine print, they keep 10% of your original premium which was $67 then charged us another $15 to process that and the remaining $7 was applied to the three days we actually had a policy!! Make [redacted] sure to read the fine print on this policy before buying. We basically paid $90 for three days worth of insurance.
After I switched to Progressive I got into a car accident. I did not know exactly what I needed to do, but the people at progressive helped me the entire way. All I had to do was choose where I wanted to have my car repaired and they did the rest. Since I used one if the shops they referred I had my car back in less than a week. Quick and painless, all I had to do was make a call.
The General Auto Insurance Company writes auto insurance exclusively. Its auto insurance policy is known for accepting high risk drivers and may offer them more affordable rates than they would receive with a standard or preferred auto insurance carrier. The auto policy offers bodily injury liability, property damage liability, comprehensive, collision, medical payments and uninsured motorist coverage (coverage options for uninsured motorist depends on state of residence.) SR-22 insurance is available for drivers who have to file a financial responsibility filing with their state of residence showing proof of insurance coverage.
Watch out for GEICO especially when changing coverages. I have learned the hard way that you can’t trust them to get your changes correct. I was just hit in the rear while stopped at a stop sign. I am trying to go through the collision coverage I am supposed to have only to have GEICO tell me that I removed this coverage a few months ago. The fact of the matter is I did not remove this coverage and never would have done that or agreed to that. Trying to reason with them has been an exercise in futility so far with a supervisor trying to put the onus on me for the problem. I am currently awaiting their final position on their review of this matter, but whatever the outcome I now know I cannot relie on them to get things right and I will always have to check on them. The mistakes they make hurt you, not them.