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Old 06-12-2011, 11:31 PM   #141
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Yep, 3 wrecks, and 14 speeding tickets. I'm a ****ing cop magnet.
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Nah, Helen keller's worse... I mean, she is a woman. Although I'm so much worse than her.
Hellen Keller did drive a V6
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I've said it over and over again on this page! I have a perfect record with multiple discounts. I have usaa too on my parents insurance who also have almost perfect records. It's just ****ing expensive to insure a 17 year old.
No it's expensive no matter how old you are! Insurance is one of the biggest legal muggings that I know of! It should be cheap UNTIL you prove to them that your high risk!
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No it's expensive no matter how old you are! Insurance is one of the biggest legal muggings that I know of! It should be cheap UNTIL you prove to them that your high risk!
Idk... My dad has full coverage on his 2010 jeep unlimited rubicon.. It's a 35k+ car and he only pays like $500 a year.
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No it's expensive no matter how old you are! Insurance is one of the biggest legal muggings that I know of! It should be cheap UNTIL you prove to them that your high risk!
It's about risk management.....if they let you pay $20 a month and you total a car, they lose a PILE of $$$$....

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I'm 17 and own a mustang and my insurance is like $800 a year
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I'm 17 and own a mustang and my insurance is like $800 a year
What kind of insurance? Liability?
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Lol, mines usaa too. My parents have close to perfect records too. Still $1800 for a full year with a defensive driving course discount and a good grade discount. There's just no way in hell I could afford to own a gt, let alone fill it with gas.
Lol that's because you are still young....I probably couldn't have afforded it t 17 either. But USAA is the best tho! Im down with 800/month
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Lol, mines usaa too. My parents have close to perfect records too. Still $1800 for a full year with a defensive driving course discount and a good grade discount. There's just no way in hell I could afford to own a gt, let alone fill it with gas.
Oh yea and my GT can and has gotten 27.7mpg! So yea not bad!
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Oh yea and my GT can and has gotten 27.7mpg! So yea not bad!
That's the way you drive though... I get 16ish city and 24ish highway the way I drive my v6 lol
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That's the way you drive though... I get 16ish city and 24ish highway the way I drive my v6 lol
Sounds like operator error

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If there was a survey of how many parents bought their little 16 year old girl a used or new mustang the majority would have had v6s.... Reason being cheaper to insure less expensive when wrecked less likely to lose control of the car.
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If there was a survey of how many parents bought their little 16 year old girl a used or new mustang the majority would have had v6s.... Reason being cheaper to insure less expensive when wrecked less likely to lose control of the car.
Where are you in MS?

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Pontotoc the same would apply else where except in your higher class societies
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Sounds like operator error

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Haha, I understand and accept that I don't really complain. It's like complaining about gas mileage when you own a viper, you should expect 8-10mpgs.
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Pontotoc the same would apply else where except in your higher class societies
lol, that's not why I asked....I was just wondering where the MS member lived...I'm in Olive Branch, not too far away.

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Haha, I understand and accept that I don't really complain. It's like complaining about gas mileage when you own a viper, you should expect 8-10mpgs.
Fair enough!!

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That's the way you drive though... I get 16ish city and 24ish highway the way I drive my v6 lol
Well quit complaining then lmao. And that's the reason you dont need a V8 jkjk
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My driving record sucks! I don't need a
V8 but i want one. At least for the track.
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My driving record sucks! I don't need a
V8 but i want one. At least for the track.
I officially roll my eyes at you. Like you're gonna let people just waste you while trying to show off while you're runnin' a throaty V8.
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Re: mustang a chick car???

I pay arond 1600 a year to insure my car with full coverage and it's a V8 .
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Lately I've seen more girls in Camaros. Just wish they weren't all 16.
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Yeah girls at my school drive camaros not mustangs and if they drive mustangs they're hot as he'll!!!
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Lately I've seen more girls in Camaros. Just wish they weren't all 16.
Sounds good to me lol. Still only 17
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Yeah girls at my school drive camaros not mustangs and if they drive mustangs they're hot as he'll!!!
You deff commented using an iPhone... The auto correct always corrects hell to he'll haha
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Haha damn auto correct!
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Re: mustang a chick car???

Camaros are a good entry level car for young girls as long as they have a daddy that can buy it for them on their 16th birthdays.
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Camaros are a good entry level car for young girls as long as they have a daddy that can buy it for them on their 16th birthdays.
Most teenage girls I know get BMW 3 series for their birthdays and they get audis too. Spoiled brats
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Re: mustang a chick car???

I know 1 chick got a nice new vette for her 16th
Thats craziness
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The day hell freezes over is the day I'd get my kids a new anything. Especially a Mustang or Camaro too much power. I see highschool girls where I work driving new Mercedes c class sedans going to the nail place next door.
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Re: mustang a chick car???

back in the day "to much power" was 200hp in the 5.0L's now its 400 and 200hp is what the 16 years olds get cuz they are "safer" lol crazy how that works
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That is why we have too many idiots in this world because of the little rich spoiled kids not having tro work to get nice things , they just ask mommy or daddy to buy it for them little rich kids make me sick.
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That is why we have too many idiots in this world because of the little rich spoiled kids not having tro work to get nice things , they just ask mommy or daddy to buy it for them little rich kids make me sick.
I second that.. But on the same token I'm kinda happy for them. At least it goes to prove that life doesn't suck for everyone...
But then again, I'm sure even the privileged people have their complaints.

Oh well, what a funny world.
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