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Details: 24 yrs
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Currently : paying 1200 just for liability...
Any good rates on full coverage??
 

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Re: NYC vortexers: which insurance company gives the best rates (sprite113)

thats not bad Daniel........for liability. But you live in brooklyn right? Theft and collision will kill you!
 

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Re: NYC vortexers: which insurance company gives the best rates (VWCORADO)

i live in brooklyn..but i used a manhattan address...also, car is kept in driveway 99% of the times..pretty safe...
 

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Re: NYC vortexers: which insurance company gives the best rates (sprite113)

I have Nationwide, $2200 a yr. Live in DE, 20 yrs old, 4 points, multi car discount, and home owners discount (don't know how but they gave it to me, I live w/parents)
No collision but I have theft and vandalism $200 deductible, $0 deductable glass, and of course liability


[Modified by CorradoKidd, 2:26 PM 12-6-2001]
 

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Re: NYC vortexers: which insurance company gives the best rates (CorradoKidd)

Im 20, have 1 accident (B/S one though no damage at all)
for minimum liability 2700 a year, own coverage
 

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Re: NYC vortexers: which insurance company gives the best rates (SSj4G60)

Your best bet is if you could get a upstate address your price will drop almost 50% try it
 

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i know..use to get it from buffalo...just 460 for liability...planning to register in ct...in future...
 

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Re: NYC vortexers: which insurance company gives the best rates (sprite113)

I pay $4,200 a year for full coverage.

This is with Geico.
One ticket on my account.
My only saving grace is that I am north of Fordham road.
Then add on the $150 a month for indoor parking
 
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