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I pay less than $90/month for full coverage, $100 deductible on my 2003 with Allstate. One accident where I was not at fault, and no tickets. Married.
It's actually lower than that now since our homeowner's insurance is bundled in.
Our agent is a family friend and handles all of our insurance needs. He makes sure we get every discount we possibly can, and we've been very pleased.
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29 years old and i pay 600 a year for the Cobalt SS maxed out coverage on everything
Sti will be 560 a year (confirmed a VIN)
2011 SWP 5 door WRX LIMITED
Nameless axleback, Cobb AP, Viper 5901
I pay $450 every 6 months for my 2010 WRX sedan for liability, comprehensive and collision with a $1000 deductible. That averages out to roughly $75/mo.
I'm 25, single, male, have a spotless driving record and live in an absurdly safe neighborhood. I may or may not still be getting a good student discount (seriously, I've not asked if they've taken it off since I graduated, and why should I?)
2010 Subaru WRX
19 male no points on license(one minor offense)
I drive a 2000 camry, and I was quoted 400 a month for that. for a new lease on a base Impreza I was quoted 600 a month. I unfortunately got kicked off of my parents insurance and when my bill came for my Camry it was only like 132.
I got requoted by another company at like 250 a month for a new STI. So I would hope that a WRX is like 200 225 a month.
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2002 WRX Wagon, $88 for liability a month.
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Yeah, those figures do sound a bit low, for someone who's 29 and in an urban locale like Chicago. I'm paying about that for full coverage on my (nearly) 10-year-old WRX, at age 44, with breaks given for having my homeowners through the same company, no tickets, etc.
Hard to compare between people, companies, and areas of the country, though.
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So it's about that time of the year... Car insurance renewal time is approaching(for me at least )! I never look forward to this part of the year since I'm so used to paying a butt load on insurance.
I got bored tonight so I started shopping policies from one insurance company to another(Progressive, Farmers, Liberty Mutual, Metlife, etc...). Every company quotes me within a reasonable range from each other ($700-$900 every 6 months for the same amount of coverage).
Then I decided to get a quote from Geico. I got a quote of ~$350 ($58 per month full coverage with low deductibles) . I have made sure over and over again that I have the same coverage. I even called them provided my VIN and accident history for a more accurate quote. The price dropped down to ~$330 .
Does anyone have any experience with Geico? The policy price seems too good to be true. The agent laughed at me and said the other insurance companies are over charging me . Is this a case of "you get what you pay for"?
Last edited by KHP; 10-06-2011 at 08:58 PM.
2011 WRX Limited Spark Silver (5 Door)