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    Just got my quote from my insurance. Full coverage for 6 months, $494.57
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    Quote Originally Posted by zax
    It is different when you're under 25, Matt. Now I'm paying about $700 per year for my Rex and an STi limited would now cost me about $1000 a year to insure. Not bad anymore...
    I got another month to go until I get that reduction. If it's anything like when I turned 21, I'll be in the $750/year range...
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    Insurance is around 250/mo for full coverage.Too much until I turn 21.

    Guess I'll keep looking for a WRX, plan on putting around 5-6k down to keep the payments low.

    Thanks for the input guys.

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    Damn I wish my insurance was as cheap as all of you! I'm at about $500/month...
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    Just switched to Liberty Mutual and they got me for $140/month full coverage.

    Quote Originally Posted by ljparton View Post
    Guess I'll keep looking for a WRX, plan on putting around 5-6k down to keep the payments low.
    Smart man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by teflon_jones View Post
    Damn I wish my insurance was as cheap as all of you! I'm at about $500/month...
    Holy cow!! Tickets?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skreekin View Post
    Holy cow!! Tickets?
    Yeah 9 in 18 months.
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