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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; Originally Posted by Micah My Corvette costs less to insure than my WRX. really? i couldn't have guessed that. i ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micah View Post
    My Corvette costs less to insure than my WRX.
    really? i couldn't have guessed that. i assumed an 02 vette would be more
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    ....I guess this is the reason that USAA keeps upping my premium every six months on my 2 WRX's. Clean records, no tickets and yet every six months the rates increase along with my age.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Micah View Post
    My Corvette costs less to insure than my WRX.
    That makes complete sense as it's a different demographic that typically owns a vette.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJ View Post
    That makes complete sense as it's a different demographic that typically owns a vette.
    very true. i still wouldn't have guessed it though. i would have thought they were about the same, but i guess the wrx having turbo in addition to the decreasing age of average driver causes insurance costs to rise.
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    It's the design. Rescuers have to cut the a and b pillars off to get to you out. Very solid and safe cars, but if you get into an accident it takes $$$ to straighten everything out...
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    Quote Originally Posted by brfatal View Post
    I used to pay over $500.

    Heather (Speedette) pays $75 a month and she's a FAR more aggressive driver than I am and a worse driver.
    WORSE driver?? How many accidents have I been in where it's been my fault...uh, zero? And you? Hmmm...counting the last WRX you totaled, I'd say...4?

    How else would I have gotten my awesome rate?
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    eh NC sucks, i pay 100ish a month, 26 and have a clean record

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedette View Post
    WORSE driver?? How many accidents have I been in where it's been my fault...uh, zero? And you? Hmmm...counting the last WRX you totaled, I'd say...4?

    How else would I have gotten my awesome rate?
    2, and both of those were just a few months ago. And one of those was from hydroplaning on a loopy on-ramp and there was nothing I could have done.

    You've hit how many things? More than zero.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brfatal View Post
    2, and both of those were just a few months ago. And one of those was from hydroplaning on a loopy on-ramp and there was nothing I could have done.

    You've hit how many things?
    None according to my insurance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brfatal View Post
    I used to pay over $500.

    Heather (Speedette) pays $75 a month and she's a FAR more aggressive driver than I am and a worse driver.
    Quote Originally Posted by Speedette View Post
    WORSE driver?? How many accidents have I been in where it's been my fault...uh, zero? And you? Hmmm...counting the last WRX you totaled, I'd say...4?

    How else would I have gotten my awesome rate?


    Quote Originally Posted by brfatal View Post
    2, and both of those were just a few months ago. And one of those was from hydroplaning and there was nothing I could have done.

    You've hit how many things?
    Hydroplaning is a direct result of driving too fast for the road conditions. They will still consider that driver error.

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    Me and my wife pay 130 a month for my 04' WRX and an 07' Camry Leased vehicle so we have to have full coverage for both vehicles, 500 deductible. Not to bad I guess and I have 2 speeding tickets and a careless (not from driving my car) I have an 04' GSX-R street bike that I cant seem to keep on 2 wheels.
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    Insurance in NY

    Im 23 looking to get a 2006 wrx with full coverage, i have a clean history no tickets, anyone else around my age can give me an idea of how much i will pay

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    unfortunately, no one will be able to tell you how much you're going to pay except your insurance company.

    there are a lot more factors that go into your quote other than age, # of tickets & location.

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    I'm not sure what my insurance rate is, actually.

    We pay about 115/month for car & home-owners; that's for my wife & I (1 ticket - 10 over) on her 08 Avenger 6-cyl, my 09 WRX and the house...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedette View Post
    None according to my insurance.
    Exactly
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