Discussion in 'Adults Only' started by Wrecky, Apr 22, 2018.
I was required to have full coverage on BC. Now I just have liability.
$150 a month for two vehicles. Full coverage due to the fact both are financed and banks require full coverage.
If someone in 2007 told me that in 2018 I'd still be on Nexopia but now posting about car insurance, I would have cried.
Me too what did you used to post about? I don't remember but it was probably sex, drinking and clowns so I haven't changed that much
I mostly posted in Teens having flame wars with people.
I also posted in Picture Addicts Anonymous. That forum was like instagram before instagram existed.
cheap and everything under the sun
$156/month (went down recently from $178/month) full coverage, $1 million liability
$236/month but approximately $75 of it is my home insurance.
The car insurance portion covers $2,000,000 liability on an 07 escape
$2,000,000 liability and comprehensive/full coverage on a 2016 Toyota Corolla sport.
How did the prices increase this year?
I am looking into purchasing my first car ever and curious if someone can recommend me a good insurance company. This source has a lot of carshield reviews, but they are so-so to be honest. Anyone had experience with this guys? Was it positive or maybe the opposite. Please share your thoughts.
My jeep is with The Personal, runs me $700 a year which works out to $65/month ish. I found when I was shopping around for insurance the vehicle can result in higher premiums. Something that was big was the theft rate of a vehicle and that played into the premiums.
My motorcycle is with Intact Insurance, they had about the best deal for the make of bike. I was told at Intact again that the make and style of the bike determines the cost of the insurance, if the replacement value is high or the bike is on the stolen parts list then you will pay more.
I could not find the list I got from the RCMP regarding the most stolen vehicles, but I did manage to find this posted list. Insurance companies do also have their own lists. http://www.ibc.ca/nb/auto/theft/top-ten-stolen-cars
I use to live in Manitoba and there was a 10yr old who would break into car during the summer and joyride, he could never be charged because of his age. At that time the police distributed a vehicle list of which he was targeting to steal. Partly, why I drive a standard transmission vehicle today. I always suggest if you can learn standard do that, you can drive pretty much anything.
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