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post #1 of 59 (permalink) Old 11-27-2010, 06:41 PM Thread Starter
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Lightbulb How Much Are You Paying for Car Insurance?

There was an older thread but its dead and locked.
Just curious to see what everyone is paying.

Include what company, age, brief record, car model and ~payment amount.
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post #2 of 59 (permalink) Old 11-27-2010, 07:00 PM
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i am paying $180 ( which is rediculous) Geico, 20y/0 (thats probably y) 2007 cobalt LS.

they do not know about any mods in my car ( not sure if that means anything)

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85$ full coverage, 20yr old nationwide..but im on my dads plan so it was a little cheaper...if i got it on my own it would have been 185

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85$ full coverage, 20yr old nationwide..but im on my dads plan so it was a little cheaper...if i got it on my own it would have been 185
im on my parents plan too!!!!! over a year and no accidents. thats BS lol im gonna call and see if i get discounts

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285 per month Progressive.


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110 i think, but i'm on my dad's plan and under a ford f-150 as my main car lol. i've got....5 speeding tickets..i think and then i was the victim of two wrecks.

edit-forgot to say i'm about to be 20 and this is full coverage on state farm

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$115. on two cars with Geico.

Cobalt full coverage
Buick minimal coverage
Deductible $250
1 male at 35
1 female at 33

No tickets, or reported wrecks.

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Mine is with USAA in Alabama (extremely high in the south BTW), paid roughly $380 per 6 months full coverage.



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$65 full coverage, 2008 SS/TC (Travelers Insurance)
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post #10 of 59 (permalink) Old 11-27-2010, 08:14 PM
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$98 per month full coverage, Progressive, it was $130 with state farm. 28 years old, 2010 XFE, 10+ tickets, 2 accidents. had to retake my drivers test once for excessive speeding tickets went over 6 points. I am separated but still married so i get that discount, I own a house so i get that discount. I have not had any accidents or tickets tho for 4 years tho, I removed my 63 Corvair and my s-10 to save some money over the winter since I do not drive them in winter, but with comp on both of them with the Balt I was paying just under $150 per month. $500 deductible, full tort.
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