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#1 (permalink) Old 10-22-2008, 06:21 AM
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whats the average insurance rate for a 2000-01 328ci at the age of 18, because im trying about buying that car
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I'm paying £400 fully comp, 2 year's no claims, driving license 10 year's. Bmw 318i Touring.
I would expect around £2000. If you can get insurance.
Try Adrian Flux.
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Call your insurance agent and get a quote. It is easy as pie. Seriously. Every time I was looking to buy a car, I called my agent and or tried Geico and State Farm's websites.

I pay about $120/mo for 300/100/300, comp, collision, and a few other goodies for my 2005 330i. 26 y/o male with no traffic violations.

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Call your insurance agent and get a quote. It is easy as pie. Seriously. Every time I was looking to buy a car, I called my agent and or tried Geico and State Farm's websites.

I pay about $120/mo for 300/100/300, comp, collision, and a few other goodies for my 2005 330i. 26 y/o male with no traffic violations.
+1 most to all insurance companies have free quotes avail.

at 18 years old your going to see it a bit on the high side since you are in that high risk age factor, until you hit 25. You might be looking at close to $200+/month. Also depending on where you live and what your driving record is and what you finanial company, if any, requires for minimum.
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if you can get USAA they are the best!
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i pay around 60 a month for liability, my bmw quite old tho, check out my sig , that might help you
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