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Old 01-07-2013, 02:00 PM   #1
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SVT insurance for State Farm?

I own a svt and not on State Farm but my friend is. He wants to know if they treat it like a sports car or a focus, he is 16
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Old 01-07-2013, 09:05 PM   #2
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mine is considered a sub compact, with USAA, Farmers, and Progressive.

have owned 9 Foci, and the insurance hasnt deviated more than 10 bucks between the different models


however, he will pay out the ass for anything he drive just for being 16.
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Correct on paying a bunch at 16. I would suggest getting on the parents insurance and going from there.

When I lived in Dallas it was compact, here in Houston, they considered it a 2 door sport coupe. wierd.

I am now moving over to USAA insurance though. My sister told me it's much cheaper.

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my zx5 svt is treated just as a zx5 on insurance...
the 2dr will be higher insurance, as Ray said.

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