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Old 13-Apr-2008, 03:07 AM
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Brand new 2008 Honda Civic SI
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Under 25
Car is registered to me (Not a second driver)
G2
No accidents
Drive to work

$618 per month. Good deal or no?
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Old 13-Apr-2008, 07:20 AM
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Bad? That is more then my car payment and my insurance for my 07 Si combined. I would shop around.
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$7416 a year?.. are you nuts??

my car isnt even worth that much.
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Old 13-Apr-2008, 08:45 AM
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i bet thats more than your lease/finance payments for the car? i would never pay that much for insurance...

my advice return the car get an old 4door civic for now or something cheap.

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ditch the coupe and get the si sedan and see that rate plummet. 618 is rediculous
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Old 13-Apr-2008, 09:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Raptors33 View Post
Brand new 2008 Honda Civic SI
2 doors
Under 25
Car is registered to me (Not a second driver)
G2
No accidents
Drive to work

$618 per month. Good deal or no?
Thats alot, but the 2 door, being under 25, and only being a G2 drive does not help at all. I would look at other place. Who this quote from? State farm?

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Old 13-Apr-2008, 09:33 AM
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ouchhh is that including any coverage? theft fire?

im 17 with a g2 principle of my car and im payin 3600 a year and all i have is liabilty (onlything manadatory) oh yea i drive a 93 civic si 2 door coupe soooo iunno
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Originally Posted by Raptors33 View Post
Brand new 2008 Honda Civic SI
2 doors
Under 25
Car is registered to me (Not a second driver)
G2
No accidents
Drive to work

$618 per month. Good deal or no?
how many years insurance experience do u have?
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Old 13-Apr-2008, 09:37 AM
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Originally Posted by spike View Post
Thats alot, but the 2 door, being under 25, and only being a G2 drive does not help at all. I would look at other place. Who this quote from? State farm?
eh my mom works for an insurance company and she preaches about it al lthe time,
and the reason this guys insurance is so much the top reason is because its an 08 car. then u can look at his age under 25 brand new car thats where it kills u...grab like a newER car not brand new and juss put the money into it
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Old 13-Apr-2008, 10:25 AM
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still deff. shop around, buddy of mine just got an 04 mazda 6, hes payin 650 a month, but we are 19 and that has full coverage and he only has his g2, me on the other hand pay about 200 a month for full coverage on my car (primary driver) 00 civic coupe SE...and that is from state farm, so i would look around, maybe if you had your G your insurance would go down a great deal...i have my G but i donno how it could drop that much...
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Old 13-Apr-2008, 11:52 AM
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try belair direct their rates are ok
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Way too much!

Try Desjardins insurance.
My insurance person (good friend) told me thats the best insurance for young people.
Also try 'The Personal'
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Old 13-Apr-2008, 01:15 PM
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way way way way too much....

It's probably only partially the car, probably the company your with doesn't want to insure you ...
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Old 13-Apr-2008, 02:59 PM
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Originally Posted by Raptors33 View Post
Brand new 2008 Honda Civic SI
2 doors
Under 25
Car is registered to me (Not a second driver)
G2
No accidents
Drive to work

$618 per month. Good deal or no?

It's not bad for a 16 or 17 year-old with little or no insurance history.

"Under 25" leaves a lot of room for potential rate ******. How much under 25?
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Old 13-Apr-2008, 03:19 PM
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Thats alot, but the 2 door, being under 25, and only being a G2 drive does not help at all. I would look at other place. Who this quote from? State farm?
TD insurance
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Old 13-Apr-2008, 03:20 PM
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It's not bad for a 16 or 17 year-old with little or no insurance history.

"Under 25" leaves a lot of room for potential rate ******. How much under 25?
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Old 13-Apr-2008, 03:23 PM
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And how many years have you been licensed?

How many years of insurance history, even as a second driver on your parents policies?

How many tickets?

Driver education certificate yes or no?
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Old 13-Apr-2008, 03:25 PM
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Originally Posted by civicEJ1 View Post
ouchhh is that including any coverage? theft fire?

im 17 with a g2 principle of my car and im payin 3600 a year and all i have is liabilty (onlything manadatory) oh yea i drive a 93 civic si 2 door coupe soooo iunno
its full coverage


Originally Posted by civicEJ1 View Post
how many years insurance experience do u have?
hmm 1 month?

Originally Posted by k_r_a_c_k_e_r View Post
$7416 a year?.. are you nuts??

my car isnt even worth that much.
=)


Im taking my G next month, so hopefully that will bring it down a litttle. I will shop around but let me drive my car first, I just got this mannnn!
It still smells new in my car mannn
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Old 13-Apr-2008, 03:42 PM
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Bad.

4 tickets, couple accidents, and im at about $525
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location? could vary a couple hundred a month depending on location
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