I did an "Online Quote" this afternoon for car insurance with AARP which came out $169 a year less then my current policy (USAA)with a little more coverage. I may take them up on it in January when my policy renews.I didn't have as good a luck with the homeowners insurance screens. They kept me running in circles until I finally quit. Anyone else had that problem with an "Online Quote" for homeowners insurance from AARP?I'm especially upset with my current homeowners policy from USAA. Living on the South Texas Coast and being subject to hurricanes is the main reason, I guess. They quit issuing windstorm insurance to homeowners in this area a few years ago. I now have to get that coverage through the state of Texas - at a premium (never had a claim). So I now have two insurance policys for the same house (three if you count flood insurance). CRAZY!!They won't insure you if they (the insurance companys) think it may cost them something down the road. This is all prior to Florida's extremely bad luck this hurricane season. My heart goes out to all of you affected!Regards,Bill
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