Because most coverage options can be matched across insurance companies, I think what you are really looking for is the best customer service/claims support for the best cost. Right off the bat, I know Geico probably wouldn't be an option for you with a leased vehicle
. Most leased vehicles will require you carry Gap Coverage/Insurance - which Geico currently doesn't provide. Travelers
, State Farm
, American Family
, and Farmers
have Gap Insurance (might be called something else, as verbiage changes between insurance companies). Moreover, State Farm, American Family, and Travelers all provide renters insurance
as well and this would help lower your premium as it would give you a multi-policy discount. So, really the best way to see which companies are the cheapest options for you is to look at quotes for renters and car with your leased vehicles as well as customer satisfaction surveys. If you're worried about customer support, consider an insurance company that provides local agents - Farmers, State Farm, and American Family all have local agencies in Glendale, CO. If you're more worried about paying too much, consider the premium. I hope this answers your question.