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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 think the home pages needs to have in big bold writing CLICK HERE FOR INSURANCES COSTS! then say call ...

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    I think the home pages needs to have in big bold writing
    CLICK HERE FOR INSURANCES COSTS!
    then say call your agent!


    Too many variables, EVERYONE has a different cost, age, records, location....
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    can we start banning people who ask the same questions over and over again and totally ignore the search feature?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxtreme06 View Post
    can we start banning people who ask the same questions over and over again and totally ignore the search feature?
    only if its you
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxtreme06 View Post
    can we start banning people who ask the same questions over and over again and totally ignore the search feature?
    1/2 the time the search feature never works for me, so i wind up googling it. ive had 4 speeding tickets and probably 75 citations since i was 16 yrs old, if i was to put the insurance under my name it would probably be around $500-$600 a month. but luckily its under my parents, so i only pay $120.

    go to progressive.com, they have free insurance quotes.

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    I just got my renewel for March........It's stupid to have an insurance payment that's more then your car payment each month....FTL
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    insurance premiums

    Whats up good poeple,

    I have a question about insurance premiums? My buddies and I were talking and they were worried about how my insurance will look if I got and Sti or a WRX...... Reason Im asking cause I have seen alot of people get on 06 or an 07 then want to sell cause of money problems or a different direction for themselves.... I personally want an Sti but not sure about what the insurance would look like for me being under 25...... I need suggestions and answers... what do you guys think?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by suby_Kingpin View Post
    I need suggestions and answers...
    My suggestion is to speak to an insurance agent or get a quote online, since any/all answers you'll receive here reflect individual persons and are almost certainly meaningless in terms of what you'll be asked to pay.
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    Just to give an idea, but I'm not sure it will help you. I'm a 20yr old male with no tickets, driving an '08 WRX (not STi) under my own policy and I'm look at about $240/month with progressive, full coverage.

    EDIT: Oh and +1 to getting a quote online, easy peas there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SD_GR View Post
    My suggestion is to speak to an insurance agent or get a quote online, since any/all answers you'll receive here reflect individual persons and are almost certainly meaningless in terms of what you'll be asked to pay.
    Yep.

    But since we have this going, I'm going to merge it into one of the 6 billion other insurance threads that already exist.
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    2006 WRX, in San Jose CA, not garaged, no tickets or accidents for the past 8 years, not married (yet), est miles per year driven is 12-15k and i pay $105 p/month through esurance. Oh yeah its full coverage, 15/30/15 with a $500 deductible

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    wrx insurance

    anybody know the best and cheapest inusurance cost for a 04-05 subaru impreza wrx stick?

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    no. call around insurance companies and they'll give you their rates. compare them and choose the best.
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    whoa....what the....i swear i just replied to another thread exactly like this. I am slightly tipsy at the moment however.....

    there sticking me for 800 every 6 months. 04 WRX

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