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#16 Old 03-07-2003, 06:41 AM
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i pay 105 a monthwith a wrx and a truck and -0- on colisoin and 250 on comp. I think thats pretty good
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#17 Old 03-07-2003, 08:36 PM
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i pay 136 a 17 with a clean record and grades discount

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Im 17 with no insurance. So far nothing bad happned.
I drive safe. and I will be ugrading the suspension and brakes plu wheels and tires. No speeding ticket , I got a laser/Radar detector and Blocker!!!!!!!!! hahahah
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you are a punk!!! how much did that cost and where can i score one of thoes>?? i drive from norther CA to sothern CA all the time, and i am scared to go too fast, becasue of all th CHP's patroling!!!!
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By the way , I hit 115 mph on the highway @ 2 am. Is so fun, but i recomend u have a laser / radar blocker , 300 to 500$$
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#21 Old 03-22-2003, 12:41 AM
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1k per year,clean driving record(no tickets ever) full comp,500 deductible.This could be a bit cheaper, but these cars are already starting to get a reputation as the car of choice for alot of wieners who like to race at stoplights and bump into things.Please don't drive the rates up on these cars the way some newbies did with the Mustangs.
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#22 Old 03-24-2003, 12:48 PM
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you guys are sooooooo lucky my premium just went up 100 bucks this month, I'm not driving a WRX at the moment (give me a month), i am under my dad's policy and i still pay 536 a month with one at fault accident (i drive a red eclipse). I gotta get the WRX this 536 a month is killing me (i have lost 10lbs j/p i only lost 4). I can't wait till i get to pay under 200 a month!!!!!

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#23 Old 03-24-2003, 06:08 PM
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I'm 21, no accidents / tickets, living in SoCal with my own policy and I pay $271 a month.
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#24 Old 04-11-2003, 03:38 PM
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Had a 95 Honda Prelude VTEC insured thru Farmers
Received a refund when I insured my new WRX03
I was surprised it was cheaper then a 8 year old Honda
Might have something to do with 4 wheel anti locks side air bags and 4wd
although insurance companies throw up a red flag when a turbo is involved might be the history of subaru's The WRX is the first performance Scooby that has taken off in the states lets hope they don't catch on about this cars rep.
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you aren't going to get an insurance break until you are 24. my premiums were cut in half, but i've got a clean record so far. knock on wood.
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#26 Old 04-12-2003, 08:10 PM
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I(half me, half parents) have to pay $250 a month. From what I've heard that's a lot, but I am a first time driver so that's why... still its a lot though.
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I just became 18 and i pay $400 a month with Geico, this other insurance compnay wanted $2,999.00 every two that is HIGH~!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I lowered my premiums by taking an additional drivers safety course. (SAIF in Oregon not sure about other states) 24 and I pay $57/mo
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#29 Old 04-15-2003, 08:10 PM
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I insured mine yesterday and got out at $1027 for 6 months, surprised the hell out of me that it was actually that low... I'm 21, married and have a clean driving record... but still.. $1027 isn't that bad

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i go through progressive also...and i agree! they have the best rates going, i am paying around 590 every 6mo. for full coverage, 28 single male with a HEAVY FOOT, and no accidents though.

i dunno about every Ins. company, but all the ones i have checked i would ALWAYS talk to a rep. to make sure the quotes weren't mistaken.

almost all of them say "hey, if it's got four get good rates."
i about died...i wanted to ask them if they ever drove one!

it's only called PMS, because Mad Cow Disease was already used!

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