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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 AFP520 With what company? I have had no tickets in years, with 2 accidents (1 not fault, ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AFP520 View Post
    With what company? I have had no tickets in years, with 2 accidents (1 not fault, 1 fault) and I'm at $2,800/yr with $500 deductible. I'm 30.

    NJ is ridiculous for insurance. If I were to move back to PA, my insurance would instantly drop 50% of what it is now.
    Progressive. Full coverage of course...$1000 comprehensive, $500 collision deducts. I've been with them for 7 years now, so they like me. I've had a LOT of claims with them too (3 not at fault accidents, one at fault issue, and one "act of god" totaling of an STI which is not at fault).


    Wow I cannot believe you pay that much! I wonder if it's your location...Middlesex county is pretty dense, isn't it? When I was living in PA, mine was higher than where I am now, but that's because I was in West Philadelphia, which according to Progressive, is one of the worst areas to insure (Manayunk/Roxborough areas).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottplageman View Post
    I'm 19
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    That's not too horrible considering your age. When I first got my 06 I was paying $340 a month
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    Dang man, they say these go for sale because no one can afford the insurance on them

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    Quote Originally Posted by thill View Post
    Was surprised when my insurance went down $7 a month from a 2013 BRZ to a 2014 WRX. I have $250 deductible and extra coverage and am paying $47 per month. If I went with standard coverage and a $500 deductible it would be $38 per month.
    1) What is "extra coverage" and 2) how does your insurance comapny stay in business?
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    28 years old, Geico, $500 deductible with full coverage.

    $57/month.

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    22 years old. 2011 wrx premium. My own plan, allstate, 500 deduct, 100/50, $404 every 6 months. Even cheaper with drivewise next period, If I can behave!

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    18 years old. had an evo 9 payed 300 a month / 1500 6 months. got a WRX now pay 1100 6 months/ and i still have yet to know my monthly because i just got the car! will update as soon as they give me the rate!

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    state farm, full coverage 100/300/100, multi-car discount, multi-line discount, safe driver discount, 40 years old: $1000 deductible, $720 per year.
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    2002 bugeye WRX wagon and M3 on my policy

    Southern Indiana, 38yrs, married, clean record, no tickets, 100/300/100 limits, 250 deductible on comp and collision $85/mo ($969/yr) combined with the BMW M3 on the policy as well with same coverage. Geico



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    Woops

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    I am new and just put down my deposit for a 2014 WRX yesterday. I thought I would give my numbers to aid anyone's decision.

    I am paying 112/month for full coverage on 2014 WRX and 2006 Nissan Murano.

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    2008 wrx full coverage, just dropped to 99/month

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenc51 View Post
    2008 wrx full coverage, just dropped to 99/month

    This means nothing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drews View Post
    This means nothing.
    I'm assuming he means more than just liability. Stop being so particular.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikie13 View Post
    I'm assuming he means more than just liability. Stop being so particular.
    As I've said before it's completely useless information because we don't know his levels of coverage, his locale, his driving history, marital status, children, etc. There are several optional coverages and other mandatory coverages on auto policies along with varying state minimums that determine what a person's premium will be. It's not particular, because this thread is incredibly misleading for people who view it. Personally, I think this thread should be closed because it's not even a good reference point for what people will pay if they buy a WRX/STi.
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