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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 rage-wrx I shopped around and the other rates were preposterous,in 00+ range for the wrx Preposterous is ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rage-wrx
    I shopped around and the other rates were preposterous,in $1000+ range for the wrx
    Preposterous is when an insurance company quotes you over $6000/year when you have a clean driving record
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Preposterous is when an insurance company quotes you over $6000/year when you have a clean driving record
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    Me and my wife pay $150 a month for both of our cars... I'm 25 and she is 28, we each have 1 violation a piece... I have an 06 wrx and she has an 04 montero sport with homeowner's, multiple car, and life insurance discounts... we live in sl, ut.... my portion is $80 a month, so I just turned 25 so ill se if it goes down from there...
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    I'll trade if you want. I just renewed my insurance for $17k this year with a $2k deductible..... I don't know what reasonable means any more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Preposterous is when an insurance company quotes you over $6000/year when you have a clean driving record
    ... that's crazy... lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by teflon_jones
    I'll trade if you want. I just renewed my insurance for $17k this year with a $2k deductible..... I don't know what reasonable means any more.
    Only if we trade garages too
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Preposterous is when an insurance company quotes you over $6000/year when you have a clean driving record

    No no no no no! Sorry to beat you on this one man but preposterous is when you call Allstate to get a quote on a brand new rex when you have a perfect record with no accident, no tickets, no DUI and they quote you $2000 a month for full coverage and have the nerve to call you back a couple of days later and ask you "when would you like to start your policy?!"
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    I live in the Portland area, I'm 22, married, and have a clean record with no accidents. I pay about $90 a month for my $500 deductible with Allstate. I'm happy with that...


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    Quote Originally Posted by EJ257 View Post
    Only if we trade garages too
    Can we trade car payments too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by armindk View Post
    No no no no no! Sorry to beat you on this one man but preposterous is when you call Allstate to get a quote on a brand new rex when you have a perfect record with no accident, no tickets, no DUI and they quote you $2000 a month for full coverage and have the nerve to call you back a couple of days later and ask you "when would you like to start your policy?!"
    $2000/MONTH, WTF???? I sure hope that was a typo....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cdn.Dave View Post
    $2000/MONTH, WTF???? I sure hope that was a typo....
    Something ain't right. I only pay $1400 a month with double digits tickets and two triple digit cars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by teflon_jones
    Can we trade car payments too?
    As long as the cars stay in your name, so that when I can't pay, it doesn't destroy my credit.

    Quote Originally Posted by armindk
    a brand new rex ... quote you $2000 a month for full coverage
    There was a mistake somewhere. $2000/month is the entire cost of the car in a year.
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    Nope not a typo nor a mistake. The agent was shocked herself when she told me the price. Safe auto gave me a quote for $1500 a month! But the insurance company that I have been for the past three years gave me quote of only a couple hundred bucks per 6 months more than what I pay for my DSM.
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    are you 15 years old with a million accidents? jeez. i would have a heartattack if i ever got a quote like that lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxtreme06 View Post
    are you 15 years old with a million accidents? jeez. i would have a heartattack if i ever got a quote like that lol
    Nope 20 years old with a clean record. From what I understand this city has higher insurance rates in general and add the fact that it's a brand new WRX and well you get the picture!

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    Thank you for all the input people.I went with that freaky lady from Progressive,they quoted me $840 for both cars vs Geico's quote of $1253 for the exact same coverage.I guess 15 minutes could save you 15% or more if you keep looking somewhere else.
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