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    Key is to go to a reputable general Ins agency. Don't go to just state farm or progressive for example. My INS company deals with all INS companies and does a search of them all to get me the best rate. Im 31 and have a '09 Sti and they said they were quoted $650 to almost $2000 every 6 months. You have to shop around!!!!!! It can vary that much!!! Im with Allied INS now.
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    Oh yeah...my 05 STI I picked up a month ago...


    $97 a month for full coverage through Progressive. I love being me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    Oh yeah...my 05 STI I picked up a month ago...


    $97 a month for full coverage through Progressive. I love being me
    nice :]

    i guess i should update.. when i turned 21 in january my insurance went down to $110

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    For full coverage just on my 09 WRX at 23 years old was $120 a month.

    Having both my WRX and GSX insured dropped mine down to $60.

    Thats with liability on the Regal and the same full coverage on the WRX.

    Buy a cheap 2nd car and it will pay for itself with lower insurance costs.

    Edit - and thats with two, five over speeding tickets and a careless driving ticket. (Cops dont like it when you wheelie your bike) The careless may be gone now because I was 18 at the time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nigel79 View Post
    Key is to go to a reputable general Ins agency. Don't go to just state farm or progressive for example. My INS company deals with all INS companies and does a search of them all to get me the best rate. Im 31 and have a '09 Sti and they said they were quoted $650 to almost $2000 every 6 months. You have to shop around!!!!!! It can vary that much!!! Im with Allied INS now.
    +1

    My insurance agent shops around, and when the 6mo/1yr term is up he calls me to let me know he found a better policy.
    Can't give you exact $s, but going from my '07 2.5i to my '04 WRX just cost me an extra 10 bucks for 6 mos or so...

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    so it looks like I'm going to be paying insurance about equal to the price of another car every year?

    going to get a wrx soon, prolly 02 (maybe up to 04 - not sti), as a 17 year old.

    My parents are (thankfully) paying to add me as a driver on their policy, but not to add my car or anything.

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    Im 19 with a clean record. i have been quoted as high as 400 a month for my 06 wrx. I went to state farm as a last resort and 165. Hell yeah... my new favorite company! Includes full coverage and im making all payments myself
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    The thing that sucks is Subi's are on of the safest cars to drive but they are the second highest car to put insurance besides the vet.

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    Full coverage on my '06 WRX...... $110 a month with progressive
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    how much should a 21 year old pay for a 02 wrx, no comp or collusion and perfect driving record, will be used for pleasure only, I was quoted $850 for the year paid it full. I think its to much????

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    I also do the insurance agent/broker thing. Bought the 2010 WRX 2 weeks ago, first car under my name, therefor first policy in my name, I'm 23 with a few tickets on my license (nothign major/no speeding) and the agent got my 800 for 6 months. The insurance broker is also a big convienience they take care of EVERYTHING!

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    $1300 age 23 with a perfect driving record

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    Insurance quotes

    Ok,so I'm gonna pick up the new car tomorrow but my relief/excitement/joy was replaced by a headache when I saw how much it cost to insure the car.
    My wife & I have a clean driving record(no violations,accidents)are both above the age of 30,both have finished Defensive driver courses.Still the quote for the wrx was $753 for 6 months(125/month).Is everyone getting these rates?I ask bcoz our other car(honda CRV) costs just $450 to insure(75/month).
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    There is a thread on insurance rates on the site somewhere. I'm sure someone will post it up. But I asked this question too, best thing is to just start calling around to the agencies in your area.

    Someone livin in Northern Maine could be payin 70 bucks a month and that same person could end up at 150 or more in somewhere like New Jersey or an area with high theft...

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    That's sad. My 2010 WRX costs me about $55/mo. to insure with only a $250 deductible. If I'd raise the deduct. I could lower that cost quite a bit. Of course, I live in the middle of nowhere North Dakota.

    Seriously, though, I'd shop around. I think you can find insurance for less. What is your deductible? What are you liability limits? These things can have significant impact on your overall cost.

    Others will come along with good info, I'm sure.

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