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Old 01-23-2013, 08:24 PM   #1
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insurance?

How,much do yoy guys pay a month for insurance?
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I was about to buy a 06 sixer last month bit my insurance quote was about $300 a month witched stoped me from buying it
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Dang 300?$ with who?
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Dang 300?$ with who?
With everywhere i looked it ranged from $250-$300 and one was $700 lol(alstate) its because im a 21 year old guy who lives in california with speeding tickets... so i settled with a newedge and im paying $101 for full coverage
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Old 01-23-2013, 09:09 PM   #5
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Lol im 21 too and im payn 135 with full cov. And i think its alot haha
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I'm 23, and I pay around $130/month through State Farm on my 2013 V6.
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I'm 23, and I pay around $130/month through State Farm on my 2013 V6.
Mines about the same with Nationwide ...
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I'm 17 and my parents pay about $150 for me with full coverage.
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I'm 50 and pay $71.00 a month full coverage. I was with USAA for 20 + years, but switched to State Farm last year for a $30.00 a month savings. USAA was a really good place to get home & auto insurance, but they haven't been to competitive these last couple of years
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What age does it starr to go down?? At 25??

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Mines about the same with Nationwide ...
With state farm it was around 250 for me lol
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At what age does car insurance go down?
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Im 25 and I pay $100 a month for full coverage with state farm.im on my stepdads plan because they said it would have been $300 to be on my own plan.
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I'm 50 and pay $71.00 a month full coverage. I was with USAA for 20 + years, but switched to State Farm last year for a $30.00 a month savings. USAA was a really good place to get home & auto insurance, but they haven't been to competitive these last couple of years
I'm 50, I pay $414 a year with no deductable on a 12 GT. Call hagerty
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Old 01-24-2013, 12:46 AM   #14
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I'm 50, I pay $414 a year with no deductable on a 12 GT. Call hagerty
Booom.. What you pay in one year some people pay for one month lol!! Crazyy
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me and the wife are about to change insurance to lower a bit...it'll be around $133 a month for both of us full coverage..$250 deductable
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What age does it starr to go down?? At 25??

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With state farm it was around 250 for me lol
Your credit score and driving record is the biggest factor. If those 2 arnt inline, It's not going down at 25.
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21, $78 a month full cover no tickets since I was 17
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I pay $97 for an 05 GT with Geico... 22 years old, no record or speeding tickets.
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22 and pay $107 a month on my '13 GT. No tickets.
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28 Y/O and I pay 87 with 500 dollar deductibles through progressive.
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135 for my car and the wife's. full coverage on both.
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$120 a month full coverage. (Under my dads name haha my quote on my own policy was $435 a month just because I'm an 18 year old guy
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Varies so much...
$242/month. 07 focus, 04gt, 03 cobra, 90 lx. Full coverage on all.
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I'm 20 years old and pay $103 a month for my 2003 Gt convertible
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26 years old, 119 a month for a 2007 GT 5spd with statefarm
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$ 850 fully comprehensive for a year for my wife and I for my new 2013 Shelby GT500. Neither of us have any tickets and I am 61, she is 49. Not bad at all. We use State Farm. At 61, I am probably classed as an old fart and my wife is a Police Officer so I am sure that gets us a great rate (LoL! ).

And no - I don't drive like a 61 year old!!! I drive a Shelby and dammit, I drive it like it should be driven
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$ 850 fully comprehensive for a year for my wife and I for my new 2013 Shelby GT500. Neither of us have any tickets and I am 61, she is 49. Not bad at all. We use State Farm. At 61, I am probably classed as an old fart and my wife is a Police Officer so I am sure that gets us a great rate (LoL! ).

And no - I don't drive like a 61 year old!!! I drive a Shelby and dammit, I drive it like it should be driven
Haha nicee
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