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    My insurance for 2 cars is $17k a year. It's split about 50/50 between the STI and 911.
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    06 wrx sedan and 04 mitsubishi montero sport, 2 drivers (me 25 and the wife is 28), 500 deductable with full coverage on both located in SL, UT 140 a month
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    $175 for full coverage on 3 vehicles + home insurance.
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    165 full coverage 2011 wrx with my 06 Harley and my 91 integra..

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    In my experience it is cheaper getting quotes online. Some of the bigger companies offer discounts when ordering online, because it is less work for them. But to be safe you could compare quotes online, pick the best offer and try a local agency to see if they can match it or do better.

    I recommend this site for online comparing: http://www.quotes-center.com/auto-insurance-calculator

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    wow. .... I thought I had it good considering my age, 18 years old. I'm under my father insurance so with two cars we pay around $400/mth. full coverage. Is this good considering my age and owning a 04' WRX?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nunez07c View Post
    wow. .... I thought I had it good considering my age, 18 years old. I'm under my father insurance so with two cars we pay around $400/mth. full coverage. Is this good considering my age and owning a 04' WRX?
    If you're under your dad's insurance, it's a totally different world. Is the car titled and insured primarily to you?
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    Merginated into the existing Insurance thread.

    Currently paying about $100 a month for full coverage on the van and WRX, and liability on the truck.
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    05 STI with progressive $1140 every 6 months, 1 accident (Not At Fault), just turned 25.

    Hopefully I get a lower premium for being 25 when I renew in May.

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    Insurance is Killer!!!

    Alright so i have had my subie for bout 2 years now and i have been paying outragously high insurance. My question is which insurance companies do you use. Keep in mind im a 20 year old male and i drive a turbo sedan so my chances of finding cheap insurance is slim but has anyone else been in my same condition. Im paying 300 a month with statefarm and would like to switch companies to save a little money as soon as possible.
    thanks

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    Insurance for WRX's and STI's

    here is the insurance thread. i know there are a lot of posts but read through them for some ideas/suggestions.

    really the best thing to do it call around and get quotes for yourself though, because what i pay and you pay are not going to be the same. even if we are the same age, same driving history, & same car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxtreme06 View Post
    Insurance for WRX's and STI's

    here is the insurance thread. i know there are a lot of posts but read through them for some ideas/suggestions.

    really the best thing to do it call around and get quotes for yourself though, because what i pay and you pay are not going to be the same. even if we are the same age, same driving history, & same car.
    +1 When I was getting quotes for the '11 WRX that I was planning on buying I got quotes from $250 a month to $2000 a month! You just have to look around.

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    Im 21 years old and drive an STI. I had 2 speeding tickets 3 years ago. Through progressive my payment is 148 a month with $500 deductable. Best price I found. It might make a difference with the year of the car, but I know progressive was by far the cheapest for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxtreme06 View Post
    Insurance for WRX's and STI's

    here is the insurance thread.
    LOL, I wish I could just delegate "Insurance Thread Merginating Powers" to you, Dez.
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