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Old 09-03-2013, 05:23 PM   #1
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On track insurance?

Anyone know of any companies that offer on track drag insurance? Central Ohio insurance quoted me $1k for a 1 year for $40k of coverage. Not sure of the deductible but it is prob $5k or more.
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If u crash at the track just have the car tow to the closes street and say a car did a hit and run.
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thought about that too... We have lots of deer around here.

With most people having smart phones, I could see it being on youtube. That is just how my luck works
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thought about that too... We have lots of deer around here.

With most people having smart phones, I could see it being on youtube. That is just how my luck works
True but I don't think an insurance company will check out YouTube to prove if ur car was hit or not. But yea it is a risky move that must be planned perfect lol
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True but I don't think an insurance company will check out YouTube to prove if ur car was hit or not. But yea it is a risky move that must be planned perfect lol
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they realistically wouldn't check but just saying that is how my luck is.
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Met someone at the track that somewhat did that. Messed something up at the track, driving home got into a single accident, hit the wall. Called insurance and told them what happened (left the track part out) got car towed home and insurance payed and never even looked at the car so he got real lucky. He could have crashed at the track and done the same thing

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Also, if deductible is 5k or more you better blow that thing to smithereens lol
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Met someone at the track that somewhat did that. Messed something up at the track, driving home got into a single accident, hit the wall. Called insurance and told them what happened (left the track part out) got car towed home and insurance payed and never even looked at the car so he got real lucky. He could have crashed at the track and done the same thing

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Also, if deductible is 5k or more you better blow that thing to smithereens lol
no doubt. keep running it into the wall until it is totaled.
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no doubt. keep running it into the wall until it is totaled.
*crashes* hold up let me get the other fender too. Wait, let me try for a new trunk and bumper. Good, now the doors. One last thing *punches headlight*

Honestly, if they only cover $40k it's not worth it with your 2014 GT/CS (am I right with the model?) once you crash into the sidewall you mess up the integrity of your car and it won't be the same again.
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If u crash at the track just have the car tow to the closes street and say a car did a hit and run.
Uh...no. Insurance fraud will get you quickly put in prison.

Do not follow this advice.
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Uh...no. Insurance fraud will get you quickly put in prison.

Do not follow this advice.
That and you have to pay for damages yourself and if you can't the car goes bye bye unless you have deep pockets
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True but I don't think an insurance company will check out YouTube to prove if ur car was hit or not. But yea it is a risky move that must be planned perfect lol
Careful... Your sponsors will drop you...

Oh yeah. You basically lied and bs'd about **** all the time on here till you were called out...

Now your advising someone to commit fraud.

How about people man up.

If you f it up at the track. Deal with the consequences.
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Careful... Your sponsors will drop you...

Oh yeah. You basically lied and bs'd about **** all the time on here till you were called out...

Now your advising someone to commit fraud.

How about people man up.

If you f it up at the track. Deal with the consequences.
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Oh and I wasn't advising to commit fraud. I was saying with that type of deductible might as well do 5k worth of damage other than doing $3k worth of damages and paying $5k that's my opinion though
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Careful... Your sponsors will drop you...

Oh yeah. You basically lied and bs'd about **** all the time on here till you were called out...

Now your advising someone to commit fraud.

How about people man up.

If you f it up at the track. Deal with the consequences.
When people talk incorrect ***** and hate that does not mean called out two different things.
If you can't deal with an argument online and have to called my sponsors to talk ***** that just makes me happy, to know there is a little B1tch out there who's gut is Exploding with hate
It was probably not you but that is was an immature lady did on this forum.
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When people talk incorrect ***** and hate that does not mean called out two different things.
If you can't deal with an argument online and have to called my sponsors to talk ***** that just makes me happy, to know there is a little B1tch out there who's gut is Exploding with hate
It was probably not you but that is was an immature lady did on this forum.
Really no need to circumvent the obscenity filter.
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When people talk incorrect ***** and hate that does not mean called out two different things.
If you can't deal with an argument online and have to called my sponsors to talk ***** that just makes me happy, to know there is a little B1tch out there who's gut is Exploding with hate
It was probably not you but that is was an immature lady did on this forum.
My comments speak to your ethics.

You have lied blatantly about things in the past... (Being sponsored by a number of vendors including steeda if I recall). What else have you lied about hiding behind anonymity.

Now you are shoveling criminal advise (insurance fraud).

Your car is awesome. You've done a nice job. But as a person, you clearly are flawed and don't see anything wrong about it.

Glad you have so many friends on here who don't care or don't realize these things. Congrats.
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My comments speak to your ethics.

You have lied blatantly about things in the past... (Being sponsored by a number of vendors including steeda if I recall). What else have you lied about hiding behind anonymity.

Now you are shoveling criminal advise (insurance fraud).

Your car is awesome. You've done a nice job. But as a person, you clearly are flawed and don't see anything wrong about it.

Glad you have so many friends on here who don't care or don't realize these things. Congrats.
No sir never been Associated or claimed to be with steeda.
OP is an adult and know how to make his decisions all I am saying is if I ever crash at a track my car will most likely end up in a lake somewhere in Florida. That is me i am not putting a gun to nobody's head to do the same
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My bad... It was late model restoration you claimed to have been sponsored by. That's right. And they came into a thread and told us you weren't.

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Do what you want and say what you want. Just don't give bad advise. Because some people actually may not know better.

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I dont want to Jeopardize future business so I will say you are right sir!! good day
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Conversely when insurance companies cheat you they are not punished.
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