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This is a discussion on Insurance for WRX's and STI's within the Everyday Impreza Talk forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; I am on my own policy - State Farm and I pay 0/month (00/6 months) or 00/year!!...

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    I am on my own policy - State Farm and I pay $300/month ($1800/6 months) or $3600/year!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 96accord View Post
    I am on my own policy - State Farm and I pay $300/month ($1800/6 months) or $3600/year!!
    My STI was a tad bit less then that for six months. Paying in full and having 2 cars on the policy payed off.
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    2004 WRX wagon, 26 years old, $675/yr.
    250k/500k coverage too
    Progressive is awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    come on 25 years old!!!

    5 months and I will have my decrease, ha
    It depends. When I hit the magic number, gayco didn't give me a discount. I had to switch to esurance, who gave me a whopping $400 discount.
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    $210 a month with progressive with 2 tickets on file coming off in october.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gimme_cat View Post
    It depends. When I hit the magic number, gayco didn't give me a discount. I had to switch to esurance, who gave me a whopping $400 discount.
    Man I have heard some really sketchy things about that company. Read up online...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 302@12psi View Post
    My STI was a tad bit less then that for six months. Paying in full and having 2 cars on the policy payed off.
    i tried the 2 car thing.. didn't work.. they said the WRX would have to be the primary.. i would save like $40-$50/month... I say f-that paying in full because it doesn't save.. at least me!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jake04WRXWaggy View Post
    2004 WRX wagon, 26 years old, $675/yr.
    250k/500k coverage too
    Progressive is awesome
    Damn I have 100k/200k coverage

    I have State Farm

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    Car: 2005 WRX STi

    Age: Under 25

    Insurance: Liberty Mutual - Full Coverage

    Violation: "Failure to observe a traffic signal" (2 pts)

    Accident: 1 not at fault

    ~$1100/yr

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    1 speeding ticket in 5 years: 6 over the speed limit. blue was working on his quota, i was in a ugly white s-10.

    219 a month.

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    Wow this car is expensive to insure. State Farm wants $157 for the STI and $135 for the wrx (both 07's) and I am 36 wih clean record. To keep it in perspective my BMW 330i is only $78 a month.

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    How much insurance are YOU paying

    hey im 20 and im in the NAVY USAA ( military insurance ) is telling me that i would need to pay around 700 a month LOL gieco is telling me 770 a month WTF

    How much are u paying how old are u and what insurance do u have

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    Quote Originally Posted by therussiann View Post
    hey im 20 and im in the NAVY USAA ( military insurance ) is telling me that i would need to pay around 700 a month LOL gieco is telling me 770 a month WTF

    How much are u paying how old are u and what insurance do u have
    Insurance has a ton of variables like credit score, location, driving history, other parties in your house driving history, total numbers of cars on policy, amount of estimated miles driven and some other ones I'm missing.

    It's near impossible to compare anyones insurance other then "that sounds high" or "that sounds cheap".

    8400 a year does sound rather high and is an insane amount to pay. For that much money you could easily afford a VERY nice car (c-6, used 911's, and a few others)

    With that being said mine is a tad bit over 200 a month for a 07 STI. And the term "tad bit" is left WIDE open.
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    Quote Originally Posted by therussiann View Post
    How much are u paying how old are u and what insurance do u have
    Too much ($1100 a year), too old (45), Allstate.

    I have shopped around plenty and Allstate keeps coming back as the least expensive.
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    i'm paying 280 per month on my parents policy... if i was on my own it would be about 320 per month...
    yup

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    I pay $100/mo on my fathers policy and I'm 24.
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