03-20-2013 02:03 PM
@GMCSierraDenali why is yours so high thats crazy .
I'm only 22, . I just started my own policy last October. I've been on my parents policy since I was 17 & just switched over to my own via Geico's family program.
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03-24-2013 12:42 PM
I pay $155 a month to fully insure a 2010 mazda 3 and liabiity only on an 84 mercedes. Im 29 and a male. I wonder if I could get it cheaper but I love USAA...
03-26-2013 11:44 AM
USAA is usually higher most people keep them cause it is who they have always had . I would just get a few quotes may find it cheaper..
For me they are significantly lower than any other insurance.
03-27-2013 10:58 PM
Thats still crazy when i got off my parents with geico i was 21 mine stayed the same and never decreased . But at that time they did have the cheapest rate i could find and i never had a problem with them .
What kind of car do you have on your own policy & how old were you when you were first put on your parents ?
It depends a lot on the vehicle you insure and whether you are male or female. Females tend to have lower rates than males the same age.
22 year old male with an '03 GMC Sierra Denali & an '08 GMC Sierra Denali... When i was on my parents I was insured under their '04 GMC Yukon XL & '07 Chevy Avalance. Would being a young male being insured with trucks cause such a high monthly payment ? Although I do have one accident (deemed wasn't my fault) when I was 17 or 18 on my record & 2 points on my license (February '12) for driving w/my high beams on by accident (got pulled over by a cop who was having a bad day).
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