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    $73/month 2009 WRX - $100 comprehensive, $250 collision

    get pretty deep discounts for multi car, multi line (home) and accident free

    State Farm btw
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    Quote Originally Posted by Livinloud7 View Post
    I'm 20
    That's why. Still cheaper than mine, and I'm almost 24. ****ty. When you turn 21 it will go down the most you'll ever see until you turn 25.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sky WRX View Post
    $73/month 2009 WRX - $100 comprehensive, $250 collision

    get pretty deep discounts for multi car, multi line (home) and accident free

    State Farm btw
    Age/clean driving history have anything to do with that awesome rate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lundholm08 View Post
    That's why. Still cheaper than mine, and I'm almost 24. ****ty. When you turn 21 it will go down the most you'll ever see until you turn 25.
    yeah, my bday is in about a month, i'm looking forward to that discount! i've been with the same ins company for 5 yrs too, and renters ins. prob helps
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    Quote Originally Posted by lundholm08 View Post
    Age/clean driving history have anything to do with that awesome rate?
    probably- over 25 and clean driving record (not even a parking ticket! )- they have paid out on a deer or two
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    Nice, I have that to look forward to. I am excited, after all I've never turned 25 before...

    I hope my birthday gift is in the form of a box of driving talent sent out by my insurance company. I figured that's what they do to people when they turn 25.
    Last edited by Wrinklechops; 03-22-2009 at 08:44 PM.

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    I am 28 with one ticket that is about to phase out of my insurance. I am paying about $530 per 6 months on my 09 WRX. When I was looking into the car I was quoted about $480 for an 06 STI. I am with state farm. Granted I also have renter's insurance and a second vehicle on the policy. Also both parents and my sister all have state farm at the same agency for auto and homeowners, so they were able to play with the numbers.

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    when i turned 25 my insurance dropped about 50 a month
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    Man, I can't wait...

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    i turn 25 on march 29, will i notice a change in my premium in the next couple months? i have no accident/tickets and i pay about $102/month for my 09 wrx, would be sweet if it went even lower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSteiner5 View Post
    i turn 25 on march 29, will i notice a change in my premium in the next couple months? i have no accident/tickets and i pay about $102/month for my 09 wrx, would be sweet if it went even lower.
    you will notice the price diffrence on the next 6 months of coverage
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    Quote Originally Posted by 02bugeyewagon View Post
    you will notice the price diffrence on the next 6 months of coverage
    +1

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    I would always recommend that you call around to compare. 10 years ago I was with Nationwide and was paying about 180 a month, I called Erie and got the shock of my life--they covered me for about 90 dollars for 9 months and the other 3 were free.

    Now I am getting quotes a bit cheaper than Erie so I may switch again.

    Crazy insurance companies, when I upgraded to a WRX (from a regular Impreza) my insurance dropped 40 dollars a year. I was told it was because the newer Imprezas were much safer.

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    Insurance

    I am very surprised to see there were no results for "insurance" in the search results....

    I am in the process of purchasing an 02 WRX sedan and I have everything else secured and now looking for insurance WTF.... some of these rates are ridiculous! $110 to $140+ a month

    I'm 30, married, etc....except that I have 3 points for speeding

    Anyone have some suggestions for me

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