Are You a Standard or Non-Standard Repairer?

January 27, 2005 by · 4 Comments
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Have you heard the term ?non-standard insurance? before? Most of you probably have. But do you understand what it means? Put simply, ?non-standard insurance? is an insurance policy for high risk drivers. These drivers are becoming your biggest problem. Some insurers are hedging their bets against the state risk pools and are actively seeking the worst drivers on the road. These drivers pose a high risk to these insurers and they charge accordingly. The problem is, not only do they have to charge high premiums, but they also have to try to screw you, the collision repairer, when you get stuck repairing one of these bonehead driver?s vehicles.
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Progressive Thinks I’m a Crook Because I Made a Profit

January 10, 2005 by · 14 Comments
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Did you know that making a profit is considered fraud? That?s right! According to some genius at Progressive Insurance, marking up a sublet bill and making a profit is committing fraud. I?m now a crook who needs to hang his head in shame and fear a visit from the Connecticut Motor Vehicle Department dealer?s licensing cops. Yup, that?s me, a damn, greedy, Republican, money grub. I?m costing the insurance company and they are not taking it any more.
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