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Old 11-03-2013, 09:43 PM   #106
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I mean Texas, i doubt it makes it more, if anything I'd think less.
Ok I was just wondering because I don't pay anywhere near that for full coverage on my mach just trying to figure out y it's so different but I guess that's just insurance company's
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Ok I was just wondering because I don't pay anywhere near that for full coverage on my mach just trying to figure out y it's so different but I guess that's just insurance company's
Who do you use? I live in denton so it's sorta the city not sure if that matters.
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Old 11-03-2013, 10:32 PM   #108
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Who do you use? I live in denton so it's sorta the city not sure if that matters.
Im from Hereford (don't ever come here), and i had geico and was paying $154 a month theeeeen they ****ed me so now i have apex and its $168 a month...
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Im from Hereford (don't ever come here), and i had geico and was paying $154 a month theeeeen they ****ed me so now i have apex and its $168 a month...
Such bs. I may save cash (although it will feel like 200years) until I can outright buy a GT.. Then just have ins as a car payment lmao..
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I thought I would chime in and tell ya that my mom got the company she has ins with to quote a 04 GT, it's goin to be 302$ a month LOL. This unfortunately has killed my hunt for a GT. The ins would literally be more than the car payment. I will have to wait for a nice GT rumble until I'm 25, or am a loan officer and can waste the money lol. Going to try and jump into a 05-09 v6. I hear the 4.0 responds nicely to mods. I have been wondering how much it would take the v6 to become as fast as a new edge GT.
Jesus tapdancin' Chri$t that's effing expensive!

Been reading a few things, here's a week-old article on just how boned you are (until age 25 lol)...
The Average Car Insurance Rates by Age - CarsDirect

There also was some info in another article there about ways to reduce the overall rates. May or may not be worth doing in your case, considering the high rates to begin with, just passing it along.

Rates may also be higher in Denton due to UNT and all the other "under-25s".

Reminds me of a joke: What does the call-letters of UNT's radio station spell?
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Jesus tapdancin' Chri$t that's effing expensive! Been reading a few things, here's a week-old article on just how boned you are (until age 25 lol)... The Average Car Insurance Rates by Age - CarsDirect There also was some info in another article there about ways to reduce the overall rates. May or may not be worth doing in your case, considering the high rates to begin with, just passing it along. Rates may also be higher in Denton due to UNT and all the other "under-25s". Reminds me of a joke: What does the call-letters of UNT's radio station spell?
Ouch... UNT and TWU lol
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