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    Holy crap

    then again with geico i'd be at 2200 a year... Travelers FTW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jstas View Post
    Pfft! I carry full coverage on my truck because anything less, the insurance company hangs me out to dry if I get sued over an accident. My truck is 9 years old. I have a clean driving record and my insurance is still $2100 a year.
    Yeah, that's one thing i don't miss about NY.


    I carry state minimum mainly because it's cheap, it's legal, and i'll take my chances about getting in an accident. Haven't ever been in one yet, so i'll keep my fingers crossed.

    I've got the clean driving record, and my newest car is 18 years old. :D So i'm sure that helps.
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    Travelers here quoted me almost $2500 a year. I have 21st Century which was AIG before AIG spun off the business.The only other one that is cheaper is Farmer's and it's only $80 a year. It's not worth the hassle to change for $80.
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    wow.

    i quoted all the companies, all were over 1000/6months. Odd travelers is so low for me. Might be my credit..it went up and my rate went down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nguyendot View Post
    wow.

    i quoted all the companies, all were over 1000/6months. Odd travelers is so low for me. Might be my credit..it went up and my rate went down.
    Insurance companies by law cannot charge more for insurance due to credit score, last i heard. But that may be a state thing?
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    You want to hear crackpipe stuff?

    Farmer's: $2025 a year
    21st Century: $2100 a year
    Progressive: $2300 a year
    Geico: $2700 a year
    State Farm: $3050 a year
    Liberty Mutual: $3100 a year
    Prudential: $3400 a year
    Allstate: $4200 a year

    Those are all the quotes I got when I went shopping a year ago. AIG got my business because the coverage rates were better than anyone else. Friggin' nuts.
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    Geico is hilarious. They send me crap every month and even call me because i did an online rate quote. They try to sell me on their insurance. Every month. Every month i let them say their piece, and then when they try to close me, i try to get them to explain what they do for me that Titan doesn't at a far lower price.

    I am amused when they can't come up with anything, and then try to close me in the end anyways. "Well, what do you think?"

    "What the hell do you think i think?"
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    Quote Originally Posted by concealer404 View Post
    Insurance companies by law cannot charge more for insurance due to credit score, last i heard. But that may be a state thing?
    In Illinois they base part of your premium on your credit score. It says so in the policy............how much it influence's the final premium is anyone's guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by concealer404 View Post
    Insurance companies by law cannot charge more for insurance due to credit score, last i heard. But that may be a state thing?
    Where did you hear that?

    They can choose not to insure you, and can increase the rate..... They run a credit check every time I run a quote.

    Dad seems to think it's legal (he was asst insurance commissioner of this state).

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    I'll research on that when i get home. I remember a discussion about this on the GRM forums. Don't remember the specifics right now, sorry. :(
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jstas View Post
    You want to hear crackpipe stuff?

    Farmer's: $2025 a year
    21st Century: $2100 a year
    Progressive: $2300 a year
    Geico: $2700 a year
    State Farm: $3050 a year
    Liberty Mutual: $3100 a year
    Prudential: $3400 a year
    Allstate: $4200 a year

    Those are all the quotes I got when I went shopping a year ago. AIG got my business because the coverage rates were better than anyone else. Friggin' nuts.
    Is this for your LIghtning? I imagine a truck with that insane amount of horsepower is pretty pricey to insure, no?

    Full coverage on my Subaru in New Hampshire is like 1200/year I think. It was closer to 1600 in Massachusetts.

    Meanwhile the Motorcycle is maybe 200/year. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobman1235 View Post
    Is this for your LIghtning? I imagine a truck with that insane amount of horsepower is pretty pricey to insure, no?

    Full coverage on my Subaru in New Hampshire is like 1200/year I think. It was closer to 1600 in Massachusetts.

    Meanwhile the Motorcycle is maybe 200/year. :)
    No, they don't go by power levels. They go by engine size and for pickup trucks, GVW.

    Farmer's, 21st Century, Progressive, Geico, State Farm and Liberty Mutual all say it's a 5.4L V8. State Farm and Liberty Mutual make no distinction between a Lightning or base model F-150 with a sub 6,000 pound GVW and a heavy duty F-150 with an 8500 pound GVW. That's why they are so much higher.

    Prudential and Allstate factor in the 2.0L supercharger and make it 7.4L of effective displacement. Prudential also make no distinction on GVW. That's why they are so much higher.

    Allstate covers power levels as well and lists the Lightning as a "specialty vehicle" that requires a "premium on collision parts" which is highway robbery because the sheet metal is no different than a standard cab, short bed, styleside F-150. The urethane bumper cover and sideskirts are no more than the standard bumper and running boards or sidesteps. The rear bumper, grille bezel and grille are actually cheaper than the standard F-150 because they aren't chromed. The only unique collision parts are the light assemblies front and rear and the 3rd eye brake light/cargo light assembly.

    They all factor in driving record, age, marital status, credit score and yearly mileage.

    It's all bogus crap to screw you out of as much money as they can to hedge their bets. If I stuck with Allstate for 6 years, I would have paid as much in insurance as I did for the truck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9 View Post
    So you had to have someone order a part for you because you cut up your CC's because you are in debt and now you want to buy a brand new car.

    Wow...............just Wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolsax View Post
    If you're that concerned about wanting a sedan, and are considering the Maxima, maybe look at the Altima as well.. similar car design and it has decent mpg and power at the same time..and is a lot cheaper if you get the 6 cyl engine its around 245 hp also you can find them for decent prices used.. but if I'm not mistaken you're just a college kid.. If you want a coupe, get a coupe you have plenty of time before you need a sedan and by the time you have kids, you'll likely be ready for a new car anyway... That being said, if you have a ton of CC debt.. stay in your little civic and pay that off first.. You've gotten a lot of new gear lately too based on your threads... maybe you should chill out on the spending pay down your debt and then think about a new car.
    Thanks man as I said I am looking into a new car. My car I own is already paid off so no worry there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nguyendot View Post
    Why would it be cheaper if you get the 6cyl engine? The maxima only offers a 6 cyl, and the altima has a 2.5L I4...Which would be cheaper not more.

    On another note, I have a 2009 Cadillac CTS FE3 and love it. It's got 2700miles on it and so far it drives great. Car of the yeaer 2008. High price however, I wouldn't recommend it for anyone wanting to *SAVE* money. Ironically I bought it to save money over my 2006 Cadillac STS...and I do. Financed it 0% for 72mo.

    Bought the GF a 2006 Infiniti G35 for 13,800 2 weeks after, and I looove the car. Always wanted one, and Infiniti has the best service out there. Parts are expensive however, but I've have very few failures on Nissan products. The new altima with the CVT however has had problems with the transmission blowinig up at or around 30k miles. Beware of that transmission.

    Before the 2 cadillacs I had an Infiniti I30t (Maxima) and it lasted 80k miles with only 1 major rework. Total cost of repair for 7 years was maybe 1200. Drove great and looked great.
    Sorry not going to get a gm car and infinty is out of the price range not to mention insurance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TroyD View Post
    If my kid was living at home and was toying with buying a $30K ride....and has issues with credit cards??

    Seriously, dude, you need to examine your priorities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nguyendot View Post
    Sedans are cheaper to insure...(for the most part)

    My first car @ 17? 1992 cadillac sedan deville long body. 5500lb of steel cage lol.

    I didn't realize he was so young. If you're young and at home, don't buy a new car at all. It's not that you don't deserve it, it's that a) you don't need it and b) when you move out you don't want to be saddled with a car payment. Trust me on that one. I bought my full loaded 2006 STS when I lived at home ($59,975 sticker) and I could afford it because I was making big bucks with no bills.... My mistake. After buying a house and having bills it was a waste of money. The thrill of having it did not even come close to giving up that much money a month. At your age... get a car for point A to point b.
    True and sedans are actually cheaper to insure than a coupe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by domflane View Post
    Keep the Civic bro, it'll last you forever if you treat it right. I wish I would have kept my old paid off truck instead of buying that brand new F150 when I was 18. I wouldn't have any debt right now. Good luck man, and hopefully all the preachers stay off your ass this time, even though you are a sucker for punishment.
    Actually I have to say mine my sisters AND my mothers have all had there trans replaced. Very poor auto trans in the year cars we have. Mine is a 03 sisters is a 04 and moms is a 05. All 3 have had the trans replaced. My sister and mine have both had head gaskets replaced as well. Our older civic was more reliable than these. None the less I enjoy my civic just know that the trans problem will probably be back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jstas View Post
    Heh. Says those of you who do not live in NJ.


    The other 49 states have no idea the true meaning of the words "insurance premiums".
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    If the Civic is paid off, just keep it. When the transmission dies, dump a manual in there an drive it another 200k miles. :) Keeping that car is your best financial choice.
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    You know how much a trans swap is? I would not mind having a manual but I just do not see how that would be cost effective. But I will see what this year brings for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigaudiofanatic View Post
    You know how much a trans swap is? I would not mind having a manual but I just do not see how that would be cost effective. But I will see what this year brings for it.
    Sure is a whole lot less than 30,000 plus interest.
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    Sense when did a Toyota cost 30 k last time I checked they were 18 grand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigaudiofanatic View Post
    You know how much a trans swap is? I would not mind having a manual but I just do not see how that would be cost effective. But I will see what this year brings for it.
    Way cheaper than a new car. If you're going to pay someone to do it, maybe $3k? Get on the Honda forums, and i'm sure you could get someone to do it for you for around a grand including parts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigaudiofanatic View Post
    Sense when did a Toyota cost 30 k last time I checked they were 18 grand.
    For a Camry? $20k MSRP for base stripper model with no features whatsoever. Then dealer markup.
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    The thing with the swaps are I just do not want things to come out half a$$ like a lot of guys I see do. I am not sure if you guys have seen my car audio installs but I do my best to make them operate and look nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigaudiofanatic View Post
    The thing with the swaps are I just do not want things to come out half a$$ like a lot of guys I see do. I am not sure if you guys have seen my car audio installs but I do my best to make them operate and look nice.
    How half ass can it be? Take the parts from a manual car, remove the auto crap, and bolt in manual stuff.

    The car came with manual transmission, so it's easy to make it look like factory.
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    You're a pretty handy guy, I've seen your installs. You could easily replace that little tranny yourself for less than 1K, without a lift. Car payments suck man, trust me, my truck costs $520 a month. Thats my RTiA5's and an Outback dinner every month. Keep the civic
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    You are forgetting the new wring harnesses to be ran to the engine bay the new ecu the stuff under the car. I have talked to people before about it. They said it would be around 3,500-4 grand. Which is not bad luckily my dash already has a tachometer so I am good there. Also the new center pieces for the shift knob and boot. That might be an option buy why dump 4 grand when I have already dumped over 5 grand into it for a head gasket and new trans?
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    Quote Originally Posted by domflane View Post
    You're a pretty handy guy, I've seen your installs. You could easily replace that little tranny yourself for less than 1K, without a lift. Car payments suck man, trust me, my truck costs $520 a month. Thats my RTiA5's and an Outback dinner every month. Keep the civic
    LOL thanks man I have a car guy next door as well but he has never worked with a front wheel drive car. :p
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