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I have used Bill White for over 20 years, good service, reasonable cost and nice features on the 180/185 club plan with off airport landings covered etc. I have not heard of this normally being available on other insurance offerings. I went with Bill when I bought my 180 and while I am sure there are many other good insurance companies out there I have not yet found a reason to go elsewhere. Its interesting to see everyone's comments.

I highly recommend AVEMCO. They are topnotch.

At least get quote from them.

I find them much more flexible, easy to add other pilots, fast, friendly. Maybe a little higher deductible but not a deal killer for me.

I use Leading Edge Insurance!
Try Howard Brian Insurance in Ohio. Ask for Valerie or Tom

I would highly recommend giving Bill White Insurance a try!
visit today for a quick quote!
I have used Avemco for 10 years and have been very happy with the service. In 2003 my previous airplane was damaged in a windstorm while tied down and they even paid the deductible. Last time I got quotes they were very competitive and I see no reason to change insurance companies.
I currently have my insurance through AOPA. I'm wondering if I could get some feedback on which insurance others are using to see if my choice to go with AOPA was a wise one. They offered the most competitive quote. Since then, I have been flying as much as I can and have also been doing things that I hope will decrease my premium the next time around. For example I have attended multiple FAA Wings Safety seminars around my state, I've taken a Mountain Flying Clinic sponsored by NMPA, and paid for 20 hours of instruction before soloing or taking passengers in my 180. The requirement was 1 hour.
Any suggestions?
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