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Old 12-27-2012, 04:23 PM   #1
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INSURANCE for Mustang owners 2011+help me out!

I want to know how much you guys pay on insurance for those 5.0s I really need to know as I plan on buying a 2011+ in about 2 or 3 months...



. I know age depends on insurance and if you have tickets, so here's my case I'm 20 and absolutely no tickets
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I'm 22 and I pay $107/month for full coverage with USAA
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Old 12-27-2012, 05:28 PM   #3
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I pay next to nothing, but my situation is different.

I have an insurance company that covers my house, cars, equipment in the house, etc.

3 cars on there, 0 accidents we have been at fault for ever, 2 tickets total for everyone in the past 5 years, etc.

so we pay literally very little for everything. I think when I figured it out, it was like 30 a month for full coverage on my car but that is with it being discounted for the house, other cars etc.

I think they said it would go to 60 for me if I move out on my own and only have the car covered, but yet again, 24 years old, 1 ticket ever, 1 accident ever that wasn't my fault and they won a fair amount of money from.

If I went to any of the big time insurance companies it was like the other guy somewhere over 100ish.

When I had the 1970 Chevelle SS 454 Progressive wanted 4000 a year to cover me on the car....I just laughed and laughed and laughed.

that car was cheaper to insure than my mustang with my current insurance agency. They scale on a 1-20. Mustang is a 20, my 2007 Tundra is a 20, Chevelle SS 454 was an 11, my 1996 Ford F-150 before it got totaled was a 4.
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Also 22 and also 107 a month.
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I am 45 and pay 89 bucks a month with statefarm.
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Old 12-27-2012, 06:49 PM   #6
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31. $136 full coverage. They wanted $170 something until I raised my deductible. Ridiculous I tell ya.
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Old 12-27-2012, 07:29 PM   #7
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Smile Insurance Costs

It doesn't matter what we are paying for our insurance, what we pay will probably be a lot different for you. Contact you current insurance company and ask them for a quote. After that, contact several other companies on the Internet.

They will send you a quote, so will will have an idea. For every company that you contact on-line, dont post your current phone number, as they will not leave you alone. Once you buy you car you can then give them your current number. I have Allstate rep that has been calling me for over 3 years and she still doesn't have the clue that her prices are off the chart.l
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Why don't you do the smart thing and get yourself an insurance quote...
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+1 each person and situation varies from that of you'res just get a quote
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Yeah I know that all of you have different prices and it all varies but I just want to know how much you guys pay for your mustangs, I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one that have this question but it wouldn't hurt to ask.... My limit would be 200 for insurance or maybe $250
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If you call your ins and tell them what you are looking at. They'll type it in and tell you exactly what it's gunna be. I'm paying 215 now. Getting married in 4 months and a house in 2 months. So they said combining all of it will drop it. And when I hit 25 it'll drop again.
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Old 12-28-2012, 03:57 AM   #12
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$414 a year here, 2012 gt , no tickets 50yrs old.
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Damn I pay about $200 a month and I'm 24, single, no tickets or accidents either. But my insurance went way up when I came back to Kentucky (it's a no fault state)
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Old 12-28-2012, 11:52 AM   #14
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My quote is only 110 full coverage 24 love usaa
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Op, if you have another car for a dd, call hagerty collector car insurance. They will hook you up cheap. You name the value you get if totaled.
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My insurance is free up until my situation it was 116 a month with over 100 tickets and 7 not fault accidets.
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If all these posts are true, ill be feeling alot better about when I buy my mustang in March. I'm 20, have 1 tickets from when I was 17, and have never been in an accident. I was literally prepared to pay around $400 a month in insurance because that's what friends and family told me I'd probably be paying. If I could pay around $200 a month, that'd be great. Right now I pay $210 a month for a 1999 Tacoma V6. Is that ridiculous?
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If all these posts are true, ill be feeling alot better about when I buy my mustang in March. I'm 20, have 1 tickets from when I was 17, and have never been in an accident. I was literally prepared to pay around $400 a month in insurance because that's what friends and family told me I'd probably be paying. If I could pay around $200 a month, that'd be great. Right now I pay $210 a month for a 1999 Tacoma V6. Is that ridiculous?
I would say no based on my insurance company and when I bought the 2007 tundra I have and was also half heart idly looking at a Tacoma.

For whatever reasons the tacomas hold value like nothing I've ever seen. Specially if it has the V6 over the I4.

I would imagine your insurance company looks at this when considering value of the car and such.
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If all these posts are true, ill be feeling alot better about when I buy my mustang in March. I'm 20, have 1 tickets from when I was 17, and have never been in an accident. I was literally prepared to pay around $400 a month in insurance because that's what friends and family told me I'd probably be paying. If I could pay around $200 a month, that'd be great. Right now I pay $210 a month for a 1999 Tacoma V6. Is that ridiculous?
You might be carrying some coverage you don't need with a truck from '99.
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21 full coverage w/gap I'm at $460 a month... No accidents, single, and to many points
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21 full coverage w/gap I'm at $460 a month... No accidents, single, and to many points
Belive I'd take the bus. Lol
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Old 12-28-2012, 02:18 PM   #22
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U guys r lucky, here in canada i pay $407 full coverage no tickets
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Old 12-28-2012, 02:51 PM   #23
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U guys r lucky, here in canada i pay $407 full coverage no tickets
A month? That's my payment! I hope that's quarterly. Lol

Quote is best option, I'm 25 in Nj, insurance is why I have a 6 and not an 8. I pay 80/mo for the 6, the 8 would have been 160/mo. And that's good for nj...
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21 full coverage w/gap I'm at $460 a month... No accidents, single, and to many points
You are paying what I pay for the car monthly...lol.
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$460 for insurance that's over my limit, now I'm starting to have my doubts.... All this is going to depend whether to get my 5.0 or not
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Some of you are nutts if you pay 450 a month every month for insurance. Jeez that's 2 car payments I'd wouldn't even look at a car for that . Hell my sportbike isn't that much and they are the highest thing to insure
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i pay 109 a month and 25 years of age. No tickets or accidents on record. Geico!
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Some of you are nutts if you pay 450 a month every month for insurance. Jeez that's 2 car payments I'd wouldn't even look at a car for that . Hell my sportbike isn't that much and they are the highest thing to insure
sort bikes are cheap to insure, relatively. They're mostly covering medical and damage you hitting something would do! Plus they are considered recreational vehicles
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I used to live in Hawaii so it was a dd lmao and ya pretty much paying for your death or medical bills which ever comes first . But at 24 I was paying less for a 1000cc 9 sec bike then some people on here it's crazy lol
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407 a month that's insane! I'm in Canada and my insurance is 110 a month
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Im 22 and my insurance is 236$ a month and it just went up ;( I've never had a ticket. But I also live in a "no fault state" Florida
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I know I don't have 2010-2013 mustang but I know you guys will get a kick out of this, 600$/month under 25 with no tickets & 1 accident. Still on full coverage & a loan. Under my dads name though and he has safe driving points ect and 3 other cars on the insurance that are over 2011 vehicles that are all lower than my mustang
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I know I don't have 2010-2013 mustang but I know you guys will get a kick out of this, 600$/month under 25 with no tickets & 1 accident. Still on full coverage & a loan. Under my dads name though and he has safe driving points ect and 3 other cars on the insurance that are over 2011 vehicles that are all lower than my mustang
Wow. Time to find a new insurance company. That is stupid high.

Or you can do what we did at one point. When I had the1970 chevelle ss 454 and it wasn't being driven and got the 2007 tundra we put my name on the chevelle and my dads on the tundra for insurance. Made mine really dirt cheap.

So have you looked to see if you are cheaper to be insured on one of the other cars?
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Another thing to remember your insurance is slightly based on your credit score. They don't report it but they do a soft inquiry to see if you pay your bills or switch insurance alot
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I own a 2012 v6 and I'm paying a little under 130/mo
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