Anybody have any recommendations for auto insurance in the USVI? Apparently AAA, who has been my insurer forever doesn't do car insurance there and USAA, who was recommended by Blue Ocean Transport, apparently only provides car insurance to military folks.
Oh, and I almost forgot to ask, did anybody use an insurance company who had your vehicle insured not just upon arrival in USVI, but the same company insuring it during your drive here in the States and while it was in transit from U.S. port to STT? Like, my AAA will insure my car from my home here in Michigan to the port, but not beyond that.
On St. John, St. John Insurance Company and PGU are the two big insurers. St. John Insurance is a bit more convenient because they have regular office hours. PGU has shorter hours. Once you get your bill of lading you can get insurance. In the past, I just email the documents to the insurance company and they get everything ready so I just have to go in and sign and give them a check.
When we lived there, we went with AARP(Real Legacy Assurance in PR).
They beat Marshall and Sterling for the same coverage by nearly $500 annually for one car.
Same was true for us - we had 2 cars and found AARP (Real Legacy Assurance in PR) easy to deal with.