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Hi, can some one please help!!?? Just yesterday I was released from having an sr22 for a year because I did not have Insurance for my car. When I brought the release letter to my insurance company to notify them, the guy told me that even though I am released, my payments went down $25 and that I still have to pay $160 monthly to keep my license, and if I do not pay that amount, my sr22 will start all over again.. Every one that I know who has had an sr22 for the same reason is telling me that is not true and that I am free to go.. I just want to know If that is the truth because I do not want to start all over again?? Thank you!
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I let you know today I start to use the snapshot
How can I view my snapshot results…I did it once but now can’t seem to find how to get there again! Thank you’ Fran Beedy
Not sure, we don’t use the product. Sorry!
I came across a story you wrote way back in 2010. Titled “Names of Car Insurance Companies”. You wrote down a list of company’s you were satisfied with. I was extremely surprised to see Hallmark Ins. Co. on your list. But my information about this company have been going on since 2013 and your review was done in 2010. But, I am very curious about this. I guess I need to ask if you still feel the same way toward Hallmark Insurance. So do you? Because maybe just maybe this company had not dipped into the low quality way of doing business and dealing with Customers yet. I definitely do not think you could have them marked down as a five star business at this time during the past several years. How do you get your answers to bring about the Rating status of these companies. Could you tell me your process so I can understand your findings better? I think I will email this to you also because I want to understand how this could possibly be. Thank you
It looks like Hallmark is currently rated A- by A.M. Best, which they define as excellent. That post was created mainly to point out that there are worthy insurance companies beyond those advertised on national television. Of course, customers still need to do their own due diligence before deciding which company to work with to ensure it’s a good fit.
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