I am 17, but the car is listed as my mom's just to keep costs down. But we are going to have to change it to my name wich will put around 2700. But for a 55 year old woman driver that is a hell of lot.
Well, eventually we will have to put it in my name. My mom is going to get a R32 and having two cars in her name will raise it more or something. I think. My mom told me why today but i wasn't listening.
I got USAA and pay about $550 or so for 6 months. It's cheaper cause:
1. I am 30 and married.
2. I get a discount cause I am in the military.
3. I live in Hawaii.
The strange thing is that insurance is cheaper for a 1.8T cause the engine is smaller. I have a Golf.
Hey Man - I have liberty Mutual and pay those exact same rates. The VR6 is an "Intermediate Performance Car." There is some scale that they rate cars on, I think the total is 28 maybe, the GTI Vr6 rates a 19.
Progressive insurance on 2003 Jetta GLI.
--23 years old, licensed since 18 years old, always insured with progressive
--perfect driving record, no accidents, no tickets
--full coverage, member of AAA, state minimum coverage, $500 deductible
--$240 per month for insurance = ~$3000 per year
GE Insurance (yes, the same General Electric that makes light bulbs, generators, and jet engines also sell insurance.
29 years old, single, perfect record, Sacramento, CA (apparently the stolen car capitol of the US ... that just does not seem right
Max coverage on 2001 GTI VR6, 2003 Passat GLX 4-Motion and 2003 Harley-Davidson Deuce for $110.00 per month.
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