Good2Go Review: Cheap Car Insurance?
• Simple, easy to navigate website
• A rating at BBB
• Not fully automatic
• Must provide complete info before browsing
• Must fill out info more than once.
Good 2 Go
Good 2 Go is a budget automobile insurance agency.
Claims & Features
- Offers insurance information when deciding on a policy
- Offers information about your state’s regulations in order to be legal
- Inexpensive car insurance
- Collision and comprehensive coverage
- Low down payments and monthly payments
Cost & Availability
Rates vary. Available online at good2go.com.
Good 2 Go Commercial
The TV commercial below has been airing as of this writing.
Good 2 Go Reviews
Our review is based on experience accessing the service from Nevada, which does not appear to be a state that is a good fit for Good2Go.
Good2Go is a budget car insurance company which has been in business for over 20 years. You start by filling out a few forms, which includes information about the vehicle, the driver, and the insurance desired.
After inputting all of your information, however, one would expect to see a list of quotes, or some sort of figure, especially when faced with a big red “View Your Quote” button. What we saw, however, was yet another form on a different website, compare.com. This led us to begin the process all over, and Good2Go was suddenly nowhere to be found. It has been suggested to us that Good2Go and Compare.com have some sort of affiliation. If this is true, one would expect that the information filled out on one site should transfer to the other without having to be filled out again.
Our experience with Good2Go seemed to be that of a middleman who simply passed us onto someone else. This could be because Good2Go only lists 18 states on its “State Coverage” map (our state was not included). Further, the disclaimer at the bottom of that page notes that the agency refers business “primarily to its sister insurance companies within the American Independent Companies family. On occasion, Good2Go may refer consumers to unaffiliated insurance carriers to best fulfill their auto insurance needs.”
In short, we were unable to get a quote directly from Good2Go, but were referred to another site which wanted us to fill out our information again. Good2Go may work well for those who reside in the 18 states listed on their map. For the rest of us, however, being redirected to another site which asks all of the same questions seems to be a waste of time.
We have spoken with a few customers in other states which have expressed satisfaction with the service, so it appears that some customers may in fact receive a valuable service, while others seem to be passed along to someone else.
There are a number of auto insurance quote services, including esurance.com and TheZebra.
We could not get a quote from Good2Go without having to be passed onto another site which required us to fill out all of the same information again. It seems that Good2Go may be better suited to residents of some states more than others.
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