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    $1080 a year with Wawanesa and i turn 25 in 2 months OMG i wonder if my insurance on my STI can go any lower???
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    I pay $150 a month for full coverage/ $100 Deduc./towing/and rental car/ for my 04 STi and a 2000 Chevy Silverado. With my good neighbor Allstate.
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    not sure the exact amounts. but my insurance payments are like $135 a month now.... includes 08 WRX, 05 STi, and Renters insurance. full coverage, $500 deductible through USAA. Being in the military has it's advantages plus being 27 helps a little.

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    Just reassessed my insurance rates.
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    50$ ded., towing, and 800k$ personal/property coverage.

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    Canada blows ass

    you guys are lucky everywhere in the states, or i am just very unlucky. Insurance in Manitoba is $2700/year for 04 STi no accidents (no discounts with age/marriage/etc.

    The price of a brand new STi is $49500 before taxes (keep in mind our dollar is equal right now.
    Gas price is $1.37 per liter for 91 octane so about $4.80 per US/gallon!

    In other words we get owned in the ass compared to you guys!

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    does Canada have wages that are in line w/ the US or higher?

    a good chunk of our change goes into medical, not so w/ you

    might be an apples/orange deal
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    on average our wages are lower but saying that we have public or free health care is sort of misleading. Our taxes for so many things are through the roof that we pay for that "free" health care many times over.

    For instance, lung cancer is a huge cost to many people from North America but a pack of Canadian cigs (name brand) are just undre $12. So if you smoke a pack a day for 30 years and develop lung cancer the country can accept it b/c you smoked over $130000 worth of smokes where over 70% of that money went straight to the govt.

    Also i'm not sure about the deductions off your guys pay checks but it seems like we get an ass load of deductions. When I gross $2500 i take home $1510 after taxes (2 weeks). The rest of it pays the government...those greedy bastards!

    Started a new thread on this, sorry for going on a rant

    I think the reason for the WRX/STi insurance is so high is b/c it has been the top stolen vehicle across Canada for the last 3 years. That was surprising for me though b/c you rarely saw one until our dollar shot up and people started buying them down in the states. I am greatful that i got to.

    Atleast we have cheap University/College out here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sky WRX View Post
    a good chunk of our change goes into medical, not so w/ you
    Please tell me that you know better than this.
    I'll keep our system, thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RayfieldsWRX View Post
    Please tell me that you know better than this.
    I'll keep our system, thanks.
    not saying I want "their" system, but when comparing prices between countries probably worth factoring in everything-again apples/oranges

    this is dated a little, but it looks Canada may have higher wages, not lower???

    http://www.oecd.org/dataoecd/33/28/34545117.pdf
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    Got a quote today here in Ontario, Canada. I'm late 20s with a clean driving record, full coverage.

    2008 Subaru WRX $2,618.00
    2006 Subaru WRX STI $2,608.00

    About the same as my 05 Rubicon.
    Gas prices are more of a concern to me.

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    Insurance?

    I got insurance quotes online and insurance for the wrx came out cheaper then for a toyota camry? Is this wrong or does the WRX have low insurance rates?

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    Depends on alot of things. Age, plan, etc...

    Im 23, and still on a family plan. I pay about 120 a month. If I wasnt on the the family plan it would probably be atleast twice as much.

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    Insurance quotes depend on A LOT of variables.

    It was only marginally more expensive for full coverage on my wagon than it was for just liability on my '91 jeep. Go figure.

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    i know it varies im talking aobut in general with exact same variables but differant cars

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    I'd say a lot of online quoters aren't too accurate. I tried insuring a 2000ish Ferrari 360 or something similar and it turned out to be $2 less per month than a 95 Honda Accord...

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