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Old 06-24-2004, 07:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey all, I'm new. I'm on VWVORTEX.COM forums alot, aswell as snowmobileworld.com, dirttrails and planetsled.com. I wanted to learn more on BMW. Now my question is this, for someone with (lets say for example) a few years with no traffic infractions and a good record, would one of these fine cars be hard on insurance??
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Old 06-24-2004, 07:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Nope. In fact, most insurance companies like cars that have excellent safety ratings. Generally speaking, they know that someone who invests in a car like a BMW isn't stupid enough to just drive wrecklessly...for the more mature crowds anyways.

Also, it depends a lot more on age and prior driving record. If you have a clean record and are over 25, insurance is very cheap...also especially compared to gas prices nowadays.
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It seems to really vary depending on where you live. I'm 27, and haven't had a ticket or accident since I was 17. I live in New York, and I pay about $3K a year for full coverage. Which is a lot. My monthly insurance payment is more than my car loan. This is pretty typical for NY state though.
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It really depends on the BMW. The M3 is way more than any 3 series and so on. But it really honestly depends on where you live. I work at Farmers insurance and where you live is a huge criteria of how they rate the cars. Mostly because if you live in a large metropolitan area you are more likely to have an accident due to statistics rather than a rural area because of the amount of drivers on the road.
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I pay $1200 / year for comp/collision.
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i live in NY also....insurance is ridiculous in new york. although i dont pay as much as wully1. im 22 and havent had a ticket or accident since i was 17 i think. i pay $2300/yr. but again thats pretty much typical for ny
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