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the most expensive portion of this was pretty useless, everyone knows high end cars are more expensive to insure. How about the most expensive cars to insure that those in the real world can afford? (under 35K)
Wow, national average is horrible... I pay 1250 a year for 2 Jeeps, a Mercedes, a sport bike, and an antique willys, all full coverage, but it's with USAA, so good luck to the public getting that.
No, they aren't expensive, don't believe everything people tell you. I've spent way more on my Overland than on the 3 different mercedes combined. Germans build good cars, if you take care of them, none of this, "Oh, whats a few hundred miles over the oil change schedule" ****. Pretty much the same as everything, take GOOD care of it, it takes care of you. GOOD oil, GOOD spark plugs, GOOD gas, and keep up with it and keep it clean, thats all you have to do. Ya know, act like you like what you purchased, if you don't care about taking care of it, ride a damn pedal bike.
If Ya Are living in a rural area the best price will be the FARM BUREAU in your particular state.
I've checked all the insurance co's i could, have even had mainline companies agents tell me they could not come close to as low as farm bureau.
i had nationwide....year after year rates kept going up...supposed to cum down as you get older....NOT!!! i switched 3 years ago and now pay for a year what i was paying at nationwide for 6 months. same coverage....i checked allstate...progressive...geico....state farm....all same as nationwide....so progressive and geico commercials are NOTHING BUT LIES.....
who do i have now???? ERIE...they keep their prices low because they don't insure "trouble spots" (tornado, hurricane, etc).
Seniors should check AARP using Hartford. Rest of country should try ANPAC (American National Property and Casualty) for home and auto coverage. Those that advertise heavily don't have low rates. Why do you think St.Farm can spend 750 million on national advertising????? They insure over 75% of the country. Regional companies can compete with national companies pretty well.
Stay away from Dodge Dakota, Pontiac Grand Am (especially for kids). Most Ford and Chevy's are cheaper to insure than other brands. Also watch the small print on your auto policy. Several companies are putting in small print that they will use after market and used parts for replacement if your car is over 2 years old. If you want new parts on older car you have to ask for it for addtional premium--which is the same thing they did to houses and contents some years ago. Good hunting!!!!
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