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It obviously depends entirely on who/what/when/where/why/how. insurance company A may love insuring donut shops, viewing them as risk free awesome income generators when it comes to insurance policies as they've never had to pay out a dime on one and project they never will, and therefore give donut shops a cheap rate. insurance company B may hate insuring donut shops, as maybe their own stats show they get burned down and everyone in them dies every 6 months.
For my dealership, cooperators was pretty untouchable for a commercial garage policy and liability policy.
It was actually cheaper for insurance on each plate we had that covered anyone driving any vehicle, plus liability insurance on the property, then it was for personal insurance on a specific car.
cooperators actually wanted my business too after most places told me to go pound sand or gave me some absolutely retarded insurance quote like 5g a month lol.