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 Are Federal pacific breakers allowed by any insurance company?

Answer I live in Dallas and I have found no insurer who cares if you have FB breakers. My Farmers agent was not aware of the issue at all.
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Is it ok to change auto insurance after twenty years with the same company as another good insurance company can give a better discount because they already have your homeowners policy?

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