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insurance keeps going up geico says floida is the problem. my record is clean what to do
is geico a good auto insurance company

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Rate revisions happen when insurance carriers need to stay solvent. Remaining solvent is how they afford to pay out for the claims that are filed. When the cost of repairs, parts, etc., increase in an area, you may see a rate revision which first gets approved by the state. The state checks to ensure the information the carrier presented is accurate, and if they see this "cost of living" type increase, they allow the insurance carrier to increase rates to remain solvent. This year, there were major rate revisions among all carriers.
You can check for lower rates with other carriers, but they will also experience rate revisions. Insurance premiums will almost never reduce. You can see what discounts are available and do what you can to attain them (safe driver discount, accident free discount, low milage discount, AARP certificate discount, etc.)

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