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Old 03-28-2014, 02:31 PM   #71
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That's not full coverage, if it is, your insurance company is stupid. Well, depending on the year of the car, I don't know what year yours is. Is it a v6 or v8?
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I'm VERY surprised at a couple of monthly rates on this thread! I'm not sure how anyone can get full coverage on a 2013 mustang at the age of 25 for 62$ a month, unless they are a second or third driver on the vehicle. For the age and year/type of car being covered at that price I'd really check my contract to see exactly what's covered and how much. Just my 2¢. I'd hate to see someone get a real shock when/if they had to make a claim.

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I'm VERY surprised at a couple of monthly rates on this thread! I'm not sure how anyone can get full coverage on a 2013 mustang at the age of 25 for 62$ a month, unless they are a second or third driver on the vehicle. For the age and year/type of car being covered at that price I'd really check my contract to see exactly what's covered and how much. Just my 2¢. I'd hate to see someone get a real shock when/if they had to make a claim.

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that's what I was thinking. I sounded like an Ahole on my last post and wasn't meaning to. No insurance company I know of could do that on a newer car, they would be crazy.
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That's not full coverage, if it is, your insurance company is stupid. Well, depending on the year of the car, I don't know what year yours is. Is it a v6 or v8?
Yes it's full coverage and it's a v6. I'm the only one on the policy.

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It isn't Acme insurance is it? Jk jk.

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2011 DODGE CHARGER $393.50 per year

2009 PONT SOLSTICE $269.10 per year

TOTAL: $661.60 per year
Full coverage!
(Negligible cost difference for a Mustang)

Current Discounts
65+ Discount
Multi-Car Discount
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Anti-Theft Device
New Car Discount (car is 3 or less years old)

It was $1050 total for a year before switching to Geico.

BTW...Now a days, even a non fault accident puts you in a higher risk catergory and ends up costing you more in premiums. (At least here in Massachusetts.)

Feel sorry for you young guys having to pay so much but on the other hand I would gladly trade with you.
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Hmm well I have USAA so that probably is a huge factor but I have

Bodily Injury-300/500k
Property Damage-100k
Uninsured-300/500k
Medical Payments- 25k/person

22 Male, 2014 3.7 Performance Package, my own policy, no accidents/citations

$109/mo, $657 6 months.

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Whats your insurance on your Mustang!

Where you live is a huge factor. My full coverage insurance on my old car went from $60 to $120 a month with geico just by moving from Minneapolis to Vegas. It went up to $150 switching it to my 2014 v6 mustang. I need to shop around for a different company
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22 year old single male in Ohio, 2014 V6 Premium. One speeding ticket, one accident, been driving since I was 16.

Complete coverage with Geico for $76.
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Hi guys new guy here. Just picked up my first new car ever and its a beauty.



2014 Black Mustang V6 Premium.



I love it and its been a blast to drive but my insurance is 207/month.





I am 27 year old and only have one ticket. I been driving since i was 16.





I also have been in two accidents but it was just a fender bender where the guy hit me from the back... ie not my fault.



I just dont know why my insurance is so high.





By the way is there a thread where i can see pictures of 2014 V6's of current forum members. I am getting window tint on saturday and debating on putting on some black rims so the car will be fully blacked out.

Give SafeCo a call. It's a subsidiary of AAA insurance. Guaranteed your price will come down some. I pay $108 a month for full coverage. That's with a speeding ticket last year. They also have another insurance company called Travelers. One of the two will definitely get you cheaper rates
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Again, I notice lots of small premiums being paid, but these folks are not sharing their deductable. I'm betting it's high.

Sure, you can call some of these and get some seriously low monthly payments, but at a cost of coverage (comprehensive only, and/or high deductables).
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Again, I notice lots of small premiums being paid, but these folks are not sharing their deductable. I'm betting it's high.

Sure, you can call some of these and get some seriously low monthly payments, but at a cost of coverage (comprehensive only, and/or high deductables).

There are so many things that come into play, I didn't even post my premiums out here. These are not apples to apples comparisons for the reasons you mentioned, as well as others, like how many other cars you are insuring, how many other policies you have with the company besides cars (homeowners, life, umbrella, etc.).
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Liability
$100,000
Each Person
$300,000
Each Occurrence
$100,000
Each Occurrence


Medical Payment
$2,000


Uninsured Motorist
$100,000
Each Person
$300,000
Each Accident
$100,000
Each Accident
Less $200 Deductible

Comprehensive
Actual Cash Value
Less $250 Deductible

Collision
Actual Cash Value
Less $500 Deductible


Additional coverages
$35 Per Day/$1050 Max


TOTAL $ 1,277.20
PREMIUM
$ 1,277.20
Included
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$ 1,277.20
You saved $346.40
TOTAL 12 MONTH PREMIUM ..................................................
Again I pay $108 a month
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Liability
$100,000
Each Person
$300,000
Each Occurrence
$100,000
Each Occurrence


Medical Payment
$2,000


Uninsured Motorist
$100,000
Each Person
$300,000
Each Accident
$100,000
Each Accident
Less $200 Deductible

Comprehensive
Actual Cash Value
Less $250 Deductible

Collision
Actual Cash Value
Less $500 Deductible


Additional coverages
$35 Per Day/$1050 Max


TOTAL $ 1,277.20
PREMIUM
$ 1,277.20
Included
----------
$ 1,277.20
You saved $346.40
TOTAL 12 MONTH PREMIUM ..................................................
Again I pay $108 a month

We have Uninsured and Underinsured. I'm wondering if that is only available in certain states? I see you don't have Underinsured.
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It's a possibility. I had that back when I lived in Michigan
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Liability
$100,000
Each Person
$300,000
Each Occurrence
$100,000
Each Occurrence


Medical Payment
$2,000


Uninsured Motorist
$100,000
Each Person
$300,000
Each Accident
$100,000
Each Accident
Less $200 Deductible

Comprehensive
Actual Cash Value
Less $250 Deductible

Collision
Actual Cash Value
Less $500 Deductible


Additional coverages
$35 Per Day/$1050 Max


TOTAL $ 1,277.20
PREMIUM
$ 1,277.20
Included
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$ 1,277.20
You saved $346.40
TOTAL 12 MONTH PREMIUM ..................................................
Again I pay $108 a month
With a $500.00 deductable, your monthly payment of $108.00 is a good average.

It's those that are quoting the $60.00 a month that have me wondering if they even know what their deductable is, or if they are even aware of what it is. The TV comercials are doing a great job of luring in folks on cheap rates, only for them to find out what will happen to them if/when they get into an accident the first time.
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With a $500.00 deductable, your monthly payment of $108.00 is a good average.

It's those that are quoting the $60.00 a month that have me wondering if they even know what their deductable is, or if they are even aware of what it is. The TV comercials are doing a great job of luring in folks on cheap rates, only for them to find out what will happen to them if/when they get into an accident the first time.
+1 Someone that's 22 with a speeding ticket and an accident driving a 2014 V6 premium with "complete" coverage at 76$ a month makes me wonder. I'm not too familiar with U.S insurance rates and policies but I'd say something a little off. I'm 39, married, one stop sign ticket about 8 years ago, zero accidents in 21 years of driving (knock on wood) and up here we have no fault insurance and I pay 76$ a month on a base V6 2013 mustang. I completely agree with you Bucko that some of these people might be in for a real shock if or when they need to make a claim. For their sake I hope I'm wrong! BTW OVO Zak I was merely using your rate as an example, I mean no disrespect.

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+1 Someone that's 22 with a speeding ticket and an accident driving a 2014 V6 premium with premium coverage at 76$ a month makes me wonder. I'm not too familiar with U.S insurance rates and policies but I'd say something a little off. I'm 39, married, one stop sign ticket about 8 years ago, zero accidents in 21 years of driving (knock on wood) and up here we have no fault insurance and I pay 76$ a month on a base V6 2013 mustang. I completely agree with you Bucko that some of these people might be in for a real shock if or when they need to make a claim. For their sake I hope I'm wrong!

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You and me both! This is one of the reasons I keep following this thread, and keep responding. I was young and blind when it came to insurance; bought what I had to have, at the cheapest I could afford. Many years ago, I parked my Harley in a parking spot at a local eating establishment after a nice Saturday ride with a group. Came out after the meal, and found that someone had plowed into the bike so hard, they pushed it into the bushes. The police officer that wrote up the hit and run assumed a car went to park in the spot I was in (maybe did not see the bike parked in it), and drove "through" it before realizing something was already in the space.

When I went to collect from my insurance, I quickly found out I had a $1000.00 deductable; the cost repair on the bike came to over $2700.00 worth of damage (Harley parts ain't cheap).
My bike sat in the garage for over 8 months before I was able to buy all the parts to do the repair myself.

I'm older now, and keep a $250.00 deductable. At my age and clean driving record, it's affordable for me to have.
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It's really hard to compare insurance cost because there are so many variables. Here's a link to an article I just came across this AM that talks about the average increase in cost due to traffic violations. I couldn't believe how high it was. For example: Reckless driving — 82 percent increase. You can get a reckless driving offense very easily either alone, or on top of other offenses.
http://www.thecarconnection.com/news...insurance-rate

But in any case what you have to do is shop around and get quotes. Some quotes you can get right off the Internet, like Geico for one. They can look up your record in seconds and give you the quote. I believe it's all automated too.
Single males under 25 get hit the hardest. And even a no-fault accident counts against you.
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All this talk about auto insurance made me test the waters and Allstate just gave me the same exact policy for $89 a month. Just saved me an additional $240 a year. AWESOME!!!!!
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All this talk about auto insurance made me test the waters and Allstate just gave me the same exact policy for $89 a month. Just saved me an additional $240 a year. AWESOME!!!!!

Who did you currently have?
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SafeCo. I check quite a few places to. No one came close to SafeCo until Allstate called me
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SafeCo. I check quite a few places to. No one came close to SafeCo until Allstate called me

Did you ask about Underinsured?
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Did you ask about Underinsured?

That's what originally got the ball rolling. That's not offered in the state of TN. It just falls under uninsured.
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That's what originally got the ball rolling. That's not offered in the state of TN. It just falls under uninsured.

Sounds good! Now SafeCo is probably sorry you asked!
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Sounds good! Now SafeCo is probably sorry you asked!

Yeah, they messed up. They realize the two times I changed my address they never changed my garaging location which in turn raised my rate $140 a year just moving to the other side of town. I told them then, "I will be shopping as soon as I get off the phone with you". So if you add that in, now I'm saving $380 a year. The crazy thing is, all the shopping I did, everyone wanted to charge me at least $400-$800 a year more and that's including the $140 addition SafeCo wanted to charge me. That's what greedy bastards get though.....lol
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Yeah, they messed up. They realize the two times I changed my address they never changed my garaging location which in turn raised my rate $140 a year just moving to the other side of town. I told them then, "I will be shopping as soon as I get off the phone with you". So if you add that in, now I'm saving $380 a year. The crazy thing is, all the shopping I did, everyone wanted to charge me at least $400-$800 a year more and that's including the $140 addition SafeCo wanted to charge me. That's what greedy bastards get though.....lol

So being a member of Mustang Evolution, which doesn't cost a dime, saved you $380 per year! Shows what a value it is to belong to a place like this, just all of us talking together and sharing ideas to help one another out. If that hadn't happened, you probably would just have gone on, life as usual, paying the higher rates. We all seem to be complacent when it comes to things like that, myself included.
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So being a member of Mustang Evolution, which doesn't cost a dime, saved you $380 per year! Shows what a value it is to belong to a place like this, just all of us talking together and sharing ideas to help one another out. If that hadn't happened, you probably would just have gone on, life as usual, paying the higher rates. We all seem to be complacent when it comes to things like that, myself included.
+100000000 My thoughts exactly
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So being a member of Mustang Evolution, which doesn't cost a dime, saved you $380 per year! Shows what a value it is to belong to a place like this, just all of us talking together and sharing ideas to help one another out. If that hadn't happened, you probably would just have gone on, life as usual, paying the higher rates. We all seem to be complacent when it comes to things like that, myself included.

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Hey,

Just bought my first mustang one week ago today so I just dealt with the insurance companies.

For me, I'm early 20's, had two prior accidents that just feel off (past the 3 year mark) and so now with a clean record I currently pay a six month premium of $570'ish for full coverage with Geico.

Your state is going to be the biggest factor (besides driving history) and so be sure to shop around.

Example, MN is ridiculous for rates. To have liability only on my old 2001 Lumina was $140/month. That's with both accidents against me and when I moved to SC my rate went down to $38/month, still with both accidents against me.

I lived in Minneapolis back in MN so it was a major metro area, in SC that's not the case anymore so that's also a factor in my rate.
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So after shopping around and getting the same 200-215 a month quote from farmers progressive geico and allstate I finally lucked out and got a 130/month from esurance.

When the lady told me 800 for six months I couldnt believe it was full coverage...not only that but its 100 0000/300 000 coverage w 500 deductible.


Only thing about it is I had to pay full 800 right away which I happily did. She said id be able to pay monthly next time I renew.
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So after shopping around and getting the same 200-215 a month quote from farmers progressive geico and allstate I finally lucked out and got a 130/month from esurance.



When the lady told me 800 for six months I couldnt believe it was full coverage...not only that but its 100 0000/300 000 coverage w 500 deductible.





Only thing about it is I had to pay full 800 right away which I happily did. She said id be able to pay monthly next time I renew.

AWESOME!!!!
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So after shopping around and getting the same 200-215 a month quote from farmers progressive geico and allstate I finally lucked out and got a 130/month from esurance.

When the lady told me 800 for six months I couldnt believe it was full coverage...not only that but its 100 0000/300 000 coverage w 500 deductible.


Only thing about it is I had to pay full 800 right away which I happily did. She said id be able to pay monthly next time I renew.
Interesting, as esurance is underwritten by Allstate I believe!
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