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    I pay a little over 1000 per year for my STI, and that's in FL.
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    My insurance doubled when I moved from PA to FL
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    $1050/year for 2014 wrx in CA

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    I'm 24 and have both my 13 wrx and 00 forester insured through Geico for $1150 a year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrx-auto-x View Post
    My insurance doubled when I moved from PA to FL
    What company are you with? I'm paying 4 times what you are for a wrx and a 99 exploder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrx-auto-x View Post
    My insurance doubled when I moved from PA to FL
    What company are you with? I'm paying 4 times what you are for a wrx and a 99 exploder.

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    welcome to fl, i moved from chicago same happen to me give it a few years and it might go down a little, iv been here for 5 years and it just went down

    Quote Originally Posted by wrx-auto-x View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by anthony360 View Post
    What company are you with? I'm paying 4 times what you are for a wrx and a 99 exploder.
    I'm with USAA, car insurance in FL is so much more expensive, I'm not sure if it's because it's a "no fault state" or just the shear amount of driver's in certain areas like Tampa Bay. It has gone down a little since we traded my wife's LGT for a more family friendly SUV. We have been here about 3 years now.

    Quote Originally Posted by rekoneyez View Post
    welcome to fl, i moved from Chicago same happen to me give it a few years and it might go down a little, iv been here for 5 years and it just went down
    Maybe I'll be happy to find my insurance drop around the 5 year mark too. Somehow I think the only way it will go down again is if I sell my STI and I can tell you that will not happen at all. I love my White Suby Queen.
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    Insurance is expensive over in the States.

    Here in NZ I pay the roughly half what you guys seem to. (US$ 710'ish' a year). In NZ WRX's are a high risk car too, quite high premiums due to them being #2 or 3 on the most stolen list. I'm 37 and haven't had any claims with my company, have house with them as well.

    I guess it's a little different, as here we pay a registration tax every year of around US$ 180, which goes towards our 'free' healthcare, among other things. Also a portion of the (excessive) tax on our fuel goes to that as well.

    Probably ends up being similar once you add it all up, it's just payed through different routes.

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    Mine is $125/month. My Jetta was $75/month. Both through Geico.

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