Their review of State Farm's car insurance strives for honesty; because they don't sell car insurance, they are unbiased.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) July 05, 2013
In their latest article posting, Rate Digest shows how State Farm's roadside assistance coverage can cause some frustration. Their review of State Farm's car insurance strives for honesty; because they don't sell car insurance, they are unbiased. While reviews on other websites may or may not be legitimate, Rate Digest insists that they have no motive to change or warp their reviews, so they can be trusted.
As an actual associate of Rate Digest, the reviewer explains, personally, why they picked State Farm's insurance coverage: "I needed cheap car insurance here in Michigan that offered full comprehensive coverage, and State Farm was able to provide full coverage with bodily injury, property damage, and uninsured motor vehicle injury coverage. In addition, the premium was lower than my previous auto insurance by just over $100 a month. Now that’s a good deal!"
The review also rates the level of communication used with policy holders as excellent.
Rate Digest's review does, however, show disapproval in the way State Farm handles claims for roadside assistance. It explains that during a period of increased usage of roadside assistance, State Farm was less friendly; State Farms sent a letter, explaining that the usage had been observed was being "monitored."
Overall, the review is positive, and rates State Farm's insurance positively. For other articles and reviews, Rate Digest hopes people with visit their website where everything is complimentary.
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