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Old 04-25-2005, 09:31 PM   #1
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What do you pay for insurance on your SVT?

I am 19, with my SVT under my parents name, and we also have all of our other insurance with the same company (farmers) and oddly enough...it cost the same for my svt as it does a regular old zx5. Is it possible they do not know the difference? I find it odd, because I asked for quotes 3 times, and even told her what svt was about, and how it was faster, and my premium is still the same. This car is actually only 150 more dollars than it was for me to drive my sisters 1995 toyota corolla! I think the total every 6 months for my insurance is around 850 (totally clean record)

Just curious if any other SVT'ers had to pay more because it was an SVT, or if anyone else is in the same boat as me.

I also checked on prices of srt-4's, and that rate was 400 more than the svt! Sure am glad I have my SVT


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Old 04-25-2005, 09:41 PM   #2
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I pay about 930 every 6 month for my SVT with All State. I'm 21.
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21 here and i pay 90 a month full coverage through allstate
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780/6 months...full coverage cause the 'ole Bank requires it for a loan... I'm 23.
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Old 04-25-2005, 10:19 PM   #5
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frush are you serious? I seriously hope you are kidding. According to my super advanced windows calculator thats 366 a month......lol I could pay for a wrx with that kind of monthly rate!
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$60.00 a month full coverage. 31 and married. One benefit of being older!!
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$767 through State Farm - That is a lot considering I have 5 cars and only drive one at a time :(
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Yeah I'm trying to find a different rate currently. That's on my parent's plan too.

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Cuz they are awesome! lol The only other car besides obvious super cars and such that I would want (well and of course vett) is a wrx sti :)
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$68/month, full coverage. I'm umm...over 25 and female

My insurance did go up $10/month from when i had my V6 Contour, though.
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20 years old, few tickets and an accident put on me when it was their fault. 167 a month full coverage so thats about 1002 every 6 months. just cause i live in texas doesnt make anything cheaper....lol.
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