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Old 05-15-2013, 03:49 PM   #57
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without staying on my parents insurance I was quoted $165 full coverage $1000 deductible which is $990 every 6 months. Staying on my parents insurance I'm paying $120 full coverage with $1000 deductible which is $720 every 6 months which is $20 more than my old F-150

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Old 05-15-2013, 03:58 PM   #58
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24 male Central PA. Graduate student with clean driving record. I payed ~$500 for 6 months through Progressive. Coverage is good with roadside assistance and a bunch of other goodies.
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Old 05-15-2013, 06:42 PM   #59
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From the looks of every ones replies, looks like I'm getting damn near ripped off at $220 a month with a yearly billing. Hmmm, maybe it's time to start shopping around for different Insurance agencies.

OTH: My insurance for my 2012 Scion TC was more expensive than my insurance on my 2013 Scion FR-S. Only owned 2 cars in my life, both Scion. Love'em, I don't care about all the shit I take for driving a "Sister Brand Company." Rep-till-death.
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Old 05-15-2013, 07:28 PM   #60
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Texas - 30yr old male - $105 month - full coverage w/ Allstate
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Old 05-15-2013, 07:30 PM   #61
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From the looks of every ones replies, looks like I'm getting damn near ripped off at $220 a month with a yearly billing. Hmmm, maybe it's time to start shopping around for different Insurance agencies.

OTH: My insurance for my 2012 Scion TC was more expensive than my insurance on my 2013 Scion FR-S. Only owned 2 cars in my life, both Scion. Love'em, I don't care about all the shit I take for driving a "Sister Brand Company." Rep-till-death.

Thats funny about the TC being more expensive, same with my 2003 Celica. Its about the same as the FR-S and its 10yrs old
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Thats funny about the TC being more expensive, same with my 2003 Celica. Its about the same as the FR-S and its 10yrs old
Yeahh, it makes no sense. I don't understand where they get there prices from haha
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Old 05-15-2013, 08:12 PM   #63
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28 male, married, Illinois

$66/mo w/$500 deductible for full coverage with Geico. Combined with my wife's 07 Matrix XRS with the same coverage and deductible, grand total is $113

It's worth noting that I got Geico to drop me down from an original quote of about 75/mo because I'd taken some defensive driving courses in addition to my HPDEs at Autobahn CC.

For you younger guys out there 25 isn't the big drop, it's when you get married. Shortly after getting hitched I went from a tC to the FR-S...insurance is $30/mo cheaper with the FR-S vs the tC, only difference was being married.
Yep, it's the married status. Mine went up when I got divorced.
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Paid $458 for 6 months ahead back in February through Geico

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Roughly $119.43 right now w/ Full coverage. 25 y/o Florida Policy
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Thats funny about the TC being more expensive, same with my 2003 Celica. Its about the same as the FR-S and its 10yrs old
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Yeahh, it makes no sense. I don't understand where they get there prices from haha
Give it time. Rates will change as more data is compiled and claims are filed on these cars. @whaap knows the nitty-gritty about this topic. Suffice to say, it probably behooves a person to shop around every couple years to make sure they are paying a competitive premium.
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Old 05-15-2013, 09:44 PM   #69
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what!!!?? your financing company doesn't require Collision in canada?
its not finaced its payed for and no my last car was finaced and i had no collision . also i plan to do a lot of after market things to it just waiting for all the lil kinks to be fixed with the first gen car before i go an void out the warrenty
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Wow.. Thank you to the person that started this thread. You just saved me over $100/month

21 year old Male, Single, St. Louis Mo

With Progressive (Who ive been with since i was 17) im paying $224/Month for full coverage w/ a $500 deductable.

Just finished a quote with Gieco, $100.28/Month w/ Full coverage and a $200 deductable.
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