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Old 04-01-2014, 08:27 AM   #106
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Basic coverage with Progressive.
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$480.00 for 6 months ($80.00 per month)

When you say basic coverage are you referring to not having full coverage. I'm pretty sure this thread is geared toward having the most affordable full coverage package available
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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.
That's awesome! I completely forgot in my previous comment to recommend them. They're who I had back in MN and were far cheaper than everyone else.

Insurance can be a pain so I'm happy to hear that you were smart and didn't just pay for the lower coverage amounts. I have a buddy who's Dad owned a couple Start Farm offices and he said that he saw so many people who were struggling for money because they opted to save a few bucks and get the minimum coverage amounts and then were in accidents with medical bills that were 50K+.

I always go at least 100K like you did.
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When you say basic coverage are you referring to not having full coverage. I'm pretty sure this thread is geared toward having the most affordable full coverage package available

Sorry, but yeah you're right.. It's not full coverage.
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Ok guys,

here is a summary of my insurance, I have progressive, 27 Years old, first time insurance on my name and I live in Miami.

Please look at the summary and let me know guys if what I have is good or bad, Thanks
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here is a summary of my insurance, I have progressive, 27 Years old, first time insurance on my name and I live in Miami.



Please look at the summary and let me know guys if what I have is good or bad, Thanks

Seriously, and I hate to scare you, but I would not leave the garage on that policy. You are way underinsured from a Liability standpoint. Those liability rates are so low, you will be working the rest of your life to pay off what your insurance doesn't cover if something ever happens that you are responsible for.
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Seriously, and I hate to scare you, but I would not leave the garage on that policy. You are way underinsured from a Liability standpoint. Those liability rates are so low, you will be working the rest of your life to pay off what your insurance doesn't cover if something ever happens that you are responsible for.
hmmm but thats was the recommended policy :/
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hmmm but thats was the recommended policy :/

I've got 150k/300k/100k on my Liability. I wouldn't have less than 100k/300k/100k if I were you.
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Ok I am getting a quote with Esurance.com and this is what the quote looks like.
Also I have gap insurance so I really don't know if I should mark where it says Auto Loan Lease coverage.

Any help will be appreciate
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Ok I am getting a quote with Esurance.com and this is what the quote looks like.

Also I have gap insurance so I really don't know if I should mark where it says Auto Loan Lease coverage.



Any help will be appreciate

I would read over the following page on their site for explanation:

http://www.esurance.com/insurance-co.../gap-insurance
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I would read over the following page on their site for explanation:

Esurance – Car Gap Insurance & Loan/Lease Insurance Coverage
Thank you so much
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I would read over the following page on their site for explanation:

Esurance – Car Gap Insurance & Loan/Lease Insurance Coverage
Does the quote I just posted looks good?

I am new to all this since is my first time having insurance under my name
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Does the quote I just posted looks good?



I am new to all this since is my first time having insurance under my name

I am not an insurance expert and things vary from state to state, so I am not going to tell you to hit the Submit button. I will say that your Liability is acceptable on this quote. I did not see the line for Gap Insurance on your screenshot, so if you have it on there or not I do not know.
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Holy... some of your prices kinda scared me lol. I'm paying $75 a month for my '14 v6 and i'm on my dads company insurance. God, i thought 75 was a lot.
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Yeah but u are on your dads

I am alone and first time+Coupe car = rape lol
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I'm 47 years old, no accidents, no recent tickets, single and have The Hartford as my insurance company. For just my 2014 Mustang GT, I pay $63.25 a month with 100,000/300,000 and $500 deductible. I live in MO.


I also have four other vehicles on my insurance. A 1998 Chevy K3500 1 ton 4x4 truck with full coverage, a 1998 Chevy K1500 4x4 truck with full coverage, (2) 1992 Chevy Cavaliers, and a 1970 Monte Carlo with just liability. For all six vehicles, I pay $181.50 a month. The two Chevy trucks have the same coverage and deductibles as the Mustang. I also have my house insured through the same company.


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I pay $100 a month for full cover with state farm.My stepdad put me on his insurance cause he said it would be to much if I got it on my own.
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To the post that has GAP insurance...did you trade in a vehicle that you owed more than what they gave you for its payoff, and they rolled over the difference into the new car loan? GAP insurance is usually used to cover the loan on a new vehicle because the loan on it is higher than what its worth, and because it's
being financed, the finance company wants to be sure their loan will be paid off, so they require you to have gap coverage.

Example: you trade in a vehicle. You owe $5000.00 on it. The dealer gives you $2000.00 for it, which means they roll the $3000.00 you still owed on the traded in vehicle into the new car loan. So you buy the new car at lets say, $21000.00. You finance $24000.00. The new car is worth $21000.00 so the loan company requires you to have gap coverage for the $3000.00 that was rolled into the new loan. They (finance company) are now covered, and you'd most likely get nothing if your vehicle was totaled in an accident.
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No i didnt have any other car. Gap insurance here in florida is for when u have an accident the gap pays what your insurance wont.

I was referig on that post that if i have gap with the loan i wont need gap with the insurance
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Whats your insurance on your Mustang!

Ok, I was waiting for my Mustang renewal to come before jumping on the bandwagon. I have four other vehicles all with the same coverage as the Mustang, so I am insuring a total of 5. I also have Home, Life and Umbrella polices with AmFam. I will be turning 50 ( bummer) the middle of October, so they gave me that discount right away since it will fall within the renewal period. The coverage for the Mustang comes out to 42.20 per month. I have omitted the personal information from my policy below.

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22 years old, no tickets or accidents (knock on wood), full coverage for 150 a month for 2010 red GT
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Ok, I was waiting for my Mustang renewal to come before jumping on the bandwagon. I have four other vehicles all with the same coverage as the Mustang, so I am insuring a total of 5. I also have Home, Life and Umbrella polices with AmFam. I will be turning 50 ( bummer) the middle of October, so they gave me that discount right away since it will fall within the renewal period. The coverage for the Mustang comes out to 42.20 per month. I have omitted the personal information from my policy below.

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Very nice! Do you have replacement value on your stang?

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Very nice! Do you have replacement value on your stang?

Just got on a chat session with a claims adjuster, anonymously of course, and they told me the following which I would expect being the norm in the industry unless you have collector insurance with someone like Haggerty for an older car:

"In the event a vehicle is involved in a loss and the vehicle is deemed non repairable, a physical damage adjuster would inspect vehicle and determine the actual cash value of vehicle at time of loss."
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27. Married. No tickets in last 7 years. South Carolina. 2013 gt Premium and 2010 mitsubishi outlander. . Pay 165/month. 500 deductible.
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Just got on a chat session with a claims adjuster, anonymously of course, and they told me the following which I would expect being the norm in the industry unless you have collector insurance with someone like Haggerty for an older car:

"In the event a vehicle is involved in a loss and the vehicle is deemed non repairable, a physical damage adjuster would inspect vehicle and determine the actual cash value of vehicle at time of loss."
OK, the replacement value that I have is if the car is stolen or totaled they replace the vehicle with a same new model year or if not possible a vehicle or that current year. I pay more for my premium for 3 years but have the piece of mind that if my car is totaled or stolen within that period the vehicle is replaced. If a car is stolen or totaled within that time period and the policy holder doesn't have it you receive book value or what your insurance company deems the value of the car, which in most cases doesn't even pay the outstanding balance owing, and your out of a car. 76$ a month. (Canada though, not sure how U.S works).

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OK, the replacement value that I have is if the car is stolen or totaled they replace the vehicle with a same new model year or if not possible a vehicle or that current year. I pay more for my premium for 3 years but have the piece of mind that if my car is totaled or stolen within that period the vehicle is replaced. If a car is stolen or totaled within that time period and the policy holder doesn't have it you receive book value or what your insurance company deems the value of the car, which in most cases doesn't even pay the outstanding balance owing, and your out of a car. 76$ a month. (Canada though, not sure how U.S works).

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I paid cash, so even though it would suck if something happened, I won't have an outstanding loan to pay. I really wouldn't expect to get what I paid for it anyway, just like I wouldn't expect to get what I paid for it if I were to sell it. I just expect depreciation one way or another. Since it's not my only vehicle that I depend on as a DD, it wouldn't inconvenience me either since I have other transportation.
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I paid cash, so even though it would suck if something happened, I won't have an outstanding loan to pay. I really wouldn't expect to get what I paid for it anyway, just like I wouldn't expect to get what I paid for it if I were to sell it. I just expect depreciation one way or another. Since it's not my only vehicle that I depend on as a DD, it wouldn't inconvenience me either since I have other transportation.
If I was able to pay cash I'd be fine with that also. But its my only vehicle so for me it was, I think a good choice. It would be hard for me to be left with x amount of dollars left to pay, and have to purchase another vehicle.

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If I was able to pay cash I'd be fine with that also. But its my only vehicle so for me it was, I think a good choice. It would be hard for me to be left with x amount of dollars left to pay, and have to purchase another vehicle.

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I agree, that would be a bad position to be in if something happened.

I wonder if in a case like that, you could roll the outstanding balance into the new loan and get Gap insurance like Bucko was talking about earlier? If so, you would only be spending the extra money after something actually happened, and not spending the extra now just in case. Of course, you would also have to take the finance charges into account on the extra money you would be borrowing and the higher monthly payments, as well as anything else they might charge you to roll the outstanding balance into your new loan.
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I agree, that would be a bad position to be in if something happened.

I wonder if in a case like that, you could roll the outstanding balance into the new loan and get Gap insurance like Bucko was talking about earlier? If so, you would only be spending the extra money after something actually happened, and not spending the extra now just in case. Of course, you would also have to take the finance charges into account on the extra money you would be borrowing and the higher monthly payments, as well as anything else they might charge you to roll the outstanding balance into your new loan.
I kinda did that when I bought the stang lol. I had a 2004 Mazda 3 that was starting to crap out, and I still owed around 3k, they basically gave me 500$, the car looked and ran like ****. They tacked on the balance to the stang which made it possible for me to buy it and not have two loans to pay for at the same time. Its not the best scenario I know but in the end I was able to make it work. I'm not sure they would be able to roll the payments left over to the new car if it was stolen or totaled though.

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23 years old and i pay $130 a month for my 99 gt.. im with liberty mutual and im on my dad's plan.. after i graduate this fall i can kiss that goodbye though..
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No i didnt have any other car. Gap insurance here in florida is for when u have an accident the gap pays what your insurance wont.

I was referig on that post that if i have gap with the loan i wont need gap with the insurance
I too live in Florida. A loan company only requires GAP insurance when the loan for the automobile is higher than the vehicles worth. So either a person roles in more mone into the loan, or you paid more for the vehicle than it's worth somehow.
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Holy ****!!!!!

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