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Old 12-11-2007, 08:05 PM
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I just got the quote for insurance, I'm 16 with no record, and I get the good grade discount and I will be based off of a 86 taurus. My parents told me that it will be $150 per month, doesn't that seem a little high?? What do you guys pay if you don't mind me asking.
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Old 12-11-2007, 08:28 PM
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$150 a month so, that's $1800 a year. Not too bad. The year of the vehicle (or the vehicle at all for that matter) doesn't really have an affect on anything. I switched from a '93 Chevy to an '01 F250 and my insuance went up $85 a year. All they care about is the fact that you are 16 and just learning how to drive. Here in the wonderful state of Massachusetts I paid $2500 a year until I turned 19 and a half. That was hard to pay when I was 16 just learning to drive. I've never had a ticket or an accident. After 3 years of good driving, I just got a reduction to $1370 a year. Just under a 50% reduction. I'll take it. I think you are doing pretty well. Keep you record clean and you'll be doing better.
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Old 12-11-2007, 10:37 PM
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I'm 19 and right now i pay about $110 a month for full coverage. I have nothing on my record also. When i was 16 driving an 84 Chevy (nice truck) it was about $130 with full coverage, the good student and some other discount.
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Old 12-12-2007, 06:54 AM
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Thats not bad I pay 4,000 a year for my tow truck and that is with minimum coverage
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Old 12-12-2007, 09:31 AM
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Dang, why is ya'll's insurance so high, I only pay $61 a month for minimum coverage for my '87.
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When got my license it was $240 every six months, for my 79' F-150. That was 4 years ago. and only for liability. Dad told me if i totaled it then it was gone.
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Dang, why is ya'll's insurance so high, I only pay $61 a month for minimum coverage for my '87.
It all depends on where you live.
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Old 12-17-2007, 10:09 PM
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Hah I beat you all ... I have my 2007 Ram 3500 Quad Cab Dually Laramie with almost every option by itself for 1200/MO LMAO thats 14,400/yr...... I am 21 and OOOHHHH I CAN Afford it LOL. NOT. I later bought my 99 F350 Crew Cab Dually and Put liablility on it and Comp/Coll on the Ram and it dropped to 450/mo or 5100/yr. Damn Crooks. Well I guess I should make them pay by totalling the 07 LOL OOOPS Did I Say that out loud

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Old 12-18-2007, 10:36 AM
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How do you pay that much a year? In Wyoming? Are you sure about that? hahaha
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Old 12-18-2007, 08:45 PM
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Yeppers. Many DUIs out here so ^ goes the insurance for everyone. I still love both trucks so they're staying. Anyone love their stroker enough to pay as much as I am a year?
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tyeah, that seems a little high, im 16, no record, and i dont think i have any discounts and i believe its 500 or 600 every 6 months,

however, that is on a 1987 astro van with 180 thousand miles

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I'm 22 with a spotless record, I currently pay 27 bucks a month. The cost is for liability only on my 86 F150, and undriven vehicle coverage for my 82 F100 and 96 F150, it covers any damage as long as the trucks aren't being driven.

In summer it'll jump back up to around 75 bucks a month when I start driving all 3 again, that'll cover liability on the 82 and 86, also full coverage on the 96. I get mine so cheap because of a multi vehicle discount, and also because my home is on the same plan.

Tim Mcgraw67 you payed more to insure your dodge then I pay to insure 3 trucks and my house, yes I'm 22 and I own a house.
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I'm 18 and live in michigan and pay 675 dollars every 6 months and its for libality and also if i hit an animal i have a deductable.....
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Last year i was paying $30 for 92 f150 which is under my moms name and 30 for my 66 mustang which under my name. But then this is just minmiuin coverage. I also got the grades deal and they based it off my GPA and i have 3.1. Also I've never been caught speeding yet and never been in accident. So that kind of helps. But on the other hand my 99 malibu is like $60 a month just for minmuin.
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When I first got my truck in '05 I was paying $270 a moth for six months. Then, it dropped to $215. Now I'm down to $135 this is still with the same insurance company and full coverage. I was 18 when I got my truck and now I'm 20 soon to be 21. It's under my parents' name for the insurance as i get the good student discount and couple others.
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