Depends on age, coverages, multiple policies, driving record, points........and which Insurance company you deal with.lil_kano said:Hey everyone. Im going to get a 2006 silver gto. i wanted to know, though, what are the average insurance rates? I live in Florida. If anyone cn hepl me out i would realy appreciate it. Thanks.
Get an online quote from Insweb.com or directly from the various insurance companies' online sites.lil_kano said:Hey everyone. Im going to get a 2006 silver gto. i wanted to know, though, what are the average insurance rates? I live in Florida. If anyone cn hepl me out i would realy appreciate it. Thanks.
lil_kano said:Hey everyone. Im going to get a 2006 silver gto. i wanted to know, though, what are the average insurance rates? I live in Florida. If anyone cn hepl me out i would realy appreciate it. Thanks.
GTO judge said:My youngest son was with Progressive. WE dealt directly with them. Every time I had a question about his policy or coverage, when I called Progressive, I got a different agent. I cannot tell you how many times when I double checked the information and answers I got from them, the answers from one agent to another varied, and often times were vastly different. Even the original quote from one agent to another was different.
Only after I spoke with a supervisor did I get a concrete quote. After a few calls to them regarding various discrepancies in the policy did I decide to get my son an independent agent. The premiums DID NOT increase once we went to an independent agent. What did happen was, any questions I had, I dealt with one person not 40 or so. And with that independent agent, he found a few different insurance companies with better rates. Needless to say, my son went with a different insurance company.
Be cautious when shopping insurance companies. Progressive, Geico, and others boast the lowest rates... If you take their word on it, you may be short changing yourself. IMO.... find an independent agent, they have the resources to find you the best rate. Of course where you live in the country has a lot to do with rates, but you'll get more of a selection if you find an agent that deals with multiple companies.
The younger you are.....the bigger the OUCH.
NWeber said:Im 25 years old, been with Progressive since 23. Have no accidents or violations on my MVR (motor vehicle record), and Progressive Direct was the cheapest by $250/year. I broker for Progressive (not Progressive direct, obvioulsy) and they are real competitive. As far as questions go, its a known fact in the insurance world that independent agents are not the most HONEST! True, most independents have access to Progressive, but do you know why, because they are one of the most premium comptetitive auto insurers in the world. Shop around, if your insurance illiterate, which most people are, then use an agent. But seriously though, a simple personal auto policy isnt that difficult to understand. If you have any questions about auto coverage, send me an email, and i'll be glad to help you out.
PS: I didnt inted to sound "arrogant" with the statement of insurance illiterate, but its not peoples fault, some just dont understand it, and thats fine, thats why they have agents and brokers.:cheers