Tree Services Commercial andamp; Industrial - Allstate Tree andamp; Shrub Corp.
Allstate Tree Svc Inc
5330 Causeway Blvd
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B Syme reviewed on Allstate Tree Svc Inc
Awesome people, very helpful and reasonable prices. They were prompt and professional, I would highly recommend them to anyone who needs tree services.
posted on Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Ali view on Allstate Tree Svc Inc
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posted on Monday, February 11, 2013
Areli says Allstate Tree Svc Inc
I am 30 yrs old. I have a 1999 Chevrolet Cavalier with full coverage and my piremum is only $326 every six months.Some factors that determine your piremum would be mainly your driving record. If you've had any tickets or accidents recently that will add points to your insurance score and make your rates higher obviously. Ask your agent about any discounts that might be available to you. Some companies won't always tell you about discounts. If you're a student, you may qualify for a Good Student Discount if your grades are good. If you rent a house or apartment look into renter's insurance which could give you a multi-line discount on your auto insurance. Luckily though once you turn 25 you may then qualify for an adult driver rating, instead of a principle youth. Now, I don't know which state you're in, but every state operates a little differently with their underwriting guidelines, available discounts for whichever company you're with. But I would start by calling around to different companies. Most places will do quotes over the phone. Just start shopping around for a better rate. You aren't required to remain loyal to one company or another and it doesn't affect your credit or insurance rating if you change insurance companies.I work for Cotton States Insurance in TN (where I have my personal car insurance). Cotton States operates in the southeast (TN, AL, GA). We recently merged with Country Financial which operates out of the midwest.Our rates for youthful drivers with prior insurance and a good driving record are actually pretty good.Hope this helped a little.
posted on Saturday, April 13, 2013
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