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      06-02-2006, 01:45 PM   #23
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You may want to also look into esurance.com. For me they came back lower then both Progressive or Geico.

I'm 23 and have 2 accidents (1 my fault, the other I got t-boned by a woman running a light) and 4 points on my record (2 speeding tix, each for 10mph over), and I'm currently paying $950 for 6 months on my Focus. They said it would be just shy of $1200 for 6 months when I take delivery of my BMW.

As everyone's said, a higher deductible will save your monthly cost.
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for me, it also helps to have good credit. My discounts are anti_theft, passive restraints, auto/home, and Ultra preferred (that's from having good credit so they but in in an elite group and prefered customer). I wish I could afford another car so I can get Multiple cars discount. Maybe I be like Ledzep and buy a wagon...
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for me, it also helps to have good credit. My discounts are anti_theft, passive restraints, auto/home, and Ultra preferred (that's from having good credit so they but in in an elite group and prefered customer). I wish I could afford another car so I can get Multiple cars discount. Maybe I be like Ledzep and buy a wagon...
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ledzep, what could I possibly gain from bashing a wagon
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guys/gals, just be thankful that you have insurance. I used to know a few people who could not even buy insurance (No insurance company would do business with them) even if they were to pay the insurance $2000 a month. That some rejection there my friend. So dont drink and drive...
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if you are or was in the military right?
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if you are or was in the military right?
Yeah they should offer if you were a Veteran. Don't know about dishonorable discharge. Can't go wrong to call unless this doesn't apply.
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guys/gals, just be thankful that you have insurance. I used to know a few people who could not even buy insurance (No insurance company would do business with them) even if they were to pay the insurance $2000 a month. That some rejection there my friend. So dont drink and drive...
A friend of mine got DUI past year and he is insured through Mercury for $90 a month.
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Geico was cheapest for me in Jersey city, NJ. $2000/year for me (25, married, $1k deductible)
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Check AIS.com.. they have good deals. They hooked me up with Mercury.

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and lastly 1 accident

I currently pay $800 / month

But I'm also 25 years old... i'm sure that makes a difference.

$800 A MONTH!!!! that is outragous.....fuccin taxi everyday would be cheaper.....Mercury is laughin all day long.........
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Geico was cheapest for me in Jersey city, NJ. $2000/year for me (25, married, $1k deductible)
You are married so that really makes a difference. And you are 25. New BMW plus under 25 =$$$$$
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A friend of mine got DUI past year and he is insured through Mercury for $90 a month.
Driving what? a mercury?
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Officers get the best deal - full membership. Enlisted, current and former dependents are associate members.

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You are married so that really makes a difference. And you are 25. New BMW plus under 25 =$$$$$
I'm 25 now but got the insurance when I was 24 (still was married). My quote didn't change when I became 25 since the discount was already reflected since I was married. Location really is everything, and NJ is as bad as it gets.
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nj has one of the highest rates in the country for insured drivers, u have ur state legislature to thank for that.
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try geico. Go with $1000 deductible (which makes sense because you shouldn't claim for small repairs....). I got a quote and got $600/6 months
I concur with e90fanatic. Geico is the way to go. When I bought my current car from my parents, I insured it with Geico. Typical liability converage, PIP, signed on the "will-not-sue you frivilously", etc... without collision and it was $480. I was 23 at the time when I established my policy. I renewed it a few months ago (now 25) and it dropped down to $400.

Back when I was planning to buy a 325 (24 y/o) I was quoted $1030/6 months with a $500 deductible on the BMW, and I still had the Volvo on the policy.

I only put about 7-8k a year on my Volvo, so I have my average mileage set at 10k when I setup my policy.

I would also ask around if someone in your family has access to NJ Manufacturers. That's available to me from work, and I hear they are the absolutely cheapest insurance, better than Geico. They're just a pain to work with because they do everything with paper, where as Geico is quick, easy and electronic.

I would also avoid any insurance brokers. My parents bought auto insurance through a broker and they made more money on us then the re-insurance company behind them. When they switched to Geico, they saved almost 4k a year!

I hope you find a good deal. I know NJ sucks when it comes to auto insurance costs but its getting better with more companies offering insurance nowadays.
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USAA - Generally, must have joined before separation. May be able to join for a limited time following separation. Not automatically eligible due to veteran status.

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