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I've been getting some quotes for full coverage for the 99-01 323i that I plan on buying. I've gotten quotes as low as 900 a year, does this seem correct in comparison for what you pay? FYI I'm 22, licensed 6+ years, 1 accident in 1999, and NOOOO speeding tickets (thanks to an 89 ford tempo incapable of speeds greater than 70). Good credit, probly some bargaining power for a low yearly.
So, just looking what anyone pays on any of their cars. Thanks again.
P.S. Went to the dealers, those 06 3's are pretty slick, someday.
Are ya married? That makes a difference too.....besides the state, the area you stay in, the company, the agent, and you (your bargaining power).
I am 29, married, good credit, I accident in 2001, I moving violation, I pay 400$ for 6 months.......State Farm. Complete coverage 100$ deductible. So I would say for you that sounds about good. Missouri Insurance rates are ridiculous cause we ahve the dumbest drivers here, yet I love the state farm agent, he did some finagling and got me that low rate. I tried even unheard of companies and no one would gimme a lower rate than that so I am happy.
Bottomline.....900/year for a bimmer is cool. If you get lower,...awesome.
I don't have the luxury of the big-name, economies of scale operations such as Geico, Allstate, Progressive and State Farm, as they are not offered in MA, sucks. But I'm happy that I wont be paying 5000 like s1lence... how many pedestrians did you have to kill to get a rate that high??? Or is your bimmer made of solid gold?
I am in VA Beach and have a 2002 325i. My insurance is with Nationwide and pay about $89 a month with a $500 deduct. Not bad, considering every other company wanted to charge me at least $300-400 more for a 6-month policy. I have a perfect record and credit, but am 22 and single male which kills it all.
Originally posted by Jellybelly@Jul 28 2005, 11:32 AM I am in VA Beach and have a 2002 325i. My insurance is with Nationwide and pay about $89 a month with a $500 deduct. Not bad, considering every other company wanted to charge me at least $300-400 more for a 6-month policy. I have a perfect record and credit, but am 22 and single male which kills it all.
Yep, 22 year old single male gets killed on car insurance rates. That rate isn't that bad for you. Did you check Allstate when you shopped it? Again, I was floored at how much they save me on both car and homeowners. But, we're in our 40's and married with perfect everything.
2001 330Cic, Oxford Green Met, Sand, Step, Premium, Sports
wow, that's a lot of cash! mine's at http://www.insurance-quote-free.com/chris cheaper! i'm 18 and me and my dad is sort of 50/50 with the payment. he use it during saturdays. had 1 speeding ticket! used: Progressive is way too high! Ugggh! : Well, that's what to expect with leading companies, they grab the opportunity and get to increase time after time! <_<
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