My wife and I have had excellent driving records all our lives and have called three times for an insurance quote. We live in a low-risk area, drive 2 older cars and have excellent credit.
Why are they consistently over $400.00 higher than what we're paying? And when I mention that, why does the Sales Rep still ask me if I want to buy their insurance? Don't they realize we called for a savings and that we're on fixed incomes? Has AARP investigated this false advertising?
Also, in many instances, why is the initial downpayment so high?
That is hardly Senior Friendly. Shame on AARP and The Hartford.
Review about: The Hartford Auto Insurance.
Reason of review: Not as described.
Preferred solution: For this company to stop targeting Senior Citizens with their false advertising..
I didn't like: Wouldnt recommend to an enemy.