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 bergen2455 can you guys give me some insight on how much your paying a year? Just wondering! ...
well im 16 but it will go under my mom and i wont be the primary driver. I have to call but i wanted to know a little but before i did call. Thanks!
550 every 6 months for the badass mega coverage at progressive. I had geico before i bought my WRX and they were always really cheap. When I called them to switch vehicles from the fullsize truck i had they quoted me 1100 for six months. I almost reconsidered buying the car if it was gonna be that expensive.
Basically you just need to shop around. Not to sound like a commercial, but i saved $550 switching insurance and it only took me 15 min.
It really does vary widely between companys, area of the country, and what cars they deem to be at risk of driven like a racecar.
By the way Im nearly 26 with a clean record.
Full coverage on 2 2007 STI's and a Honda Civic EX $2200 a year...
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I am 25, my fiance is 25. Un married, no house (house insurance deductible) Full coverage $500 deductable on each car. I have a ticket, her record is clean. 06 Subaru Tribeca Limited 7 passenger. 03 Subaru WRX Sedan. $2112 per year, or $176 per month. Thats also with renters insurance, towing, rental car, and very high limits so nobody sue's me if anything ever happened.
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I am 21 (22 in August) 1 fender bender accident...
I am with Geico now under my own policy with a '96 Honda Accord and I am paying $850/ 6 months.
I received a quote from All State, i have a friend that works there, and for a '07 STI i was quote $2900/ 6 months!!
I haven't received any other quotes yet because I have just started shopping around for a Subaru.
I pay something like 113 per month, full monty on the 03 wagon.
It all depends on the age and record of the primary driver, the year of the vehicle, the class of the vehicle, how many vehicles insured, how many registered drivers, location of the registered vehicles, credit of the primary driver. Most (if not all) insurance companies will give you a discount if you carry another form of insurance with them (ie fire insurance, boat insurance, supplemental)
hope this helps.
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I have 5 infraction points. What do you have?