What are you paying for ur car insurance?

What are you paying for ur car insurance?

I just bought a brand new 2010 EXL V6 honda accord , i went to my current auto insurance for a quote and with my husband'-s ticket record and accident..our age..location ( Central cali), price of the car ($31,000)...its going to be 215 a month. What do you think of the preimums?

Chevrolet

That sounds like a bargain for a new $31,000 dollar car.I'm 41, have a clean record in Missouri and pay $118.00 a month for full coverage on a 2001 Town Car, '69 Camaro and 2007 car trailer and liability on a 1987 Suburban 4x4. Total value minus the truck is about $30,000. The Camaro is actually killing me. I need to go back to Grundy for $150 a year. They insure classic car's only and it would drop my regular insurance to $88 a month and the Camaro would be better covered with Grundy too.ANYWAY, I was shopping for 2010 Mustang's, Camaro's etc. in the $25,000 to $35,000 range and I was quoted at an additional $257 a month just for one of those on top of what I'm paying now.So $215 a month for your husbands current bad record and 2 driver's on a new car seems reasonable to me.

Paul

You didn't mention how old you were. However, taking into consideration that both my daughter (21) and myself (60) are on the same insurance plan with Liberty Mutual and we have $300,000 / $100,000 coverage and I drive a 2005 Honda CR-V and my daughter drives a 2006 Toyota Scion xA, our coverage is approximately $216.00 a month and our annual amount is approximately $2,565.00 - that gives you a fairly good idea of what we are paying. The lower the coverage, the more "at risk" you are if you have to pay for someone's medical care because you don't have sufficient coverage. California's minimum is (I believe) $30,000 / $15,000.

Robin

The best way to know for your would be to take online quote for you. By online quotes you can take quote from 3-4 companies and compare them for price and coverage and then decide which is best suited for you. For more on how to find affordable quote you can read this linkSource(s):http://www.assureinsure.com/article-find…

David

What we pay makes no difference- it's what YOU have to pay that should concern you. You don't state your age(s), but with his spotty record and a new, expensive car, $215 may be a bargain. However, you'll never know until you phone around and ask, but don't expect much good news.Please don't try to save money by taking state minimum limits- they're a joke in CA and don't provide nearly enough protection. It's usually not very much to increase them to more realistic levels.

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