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Old 01-03-2003, 06:22 PM   #1
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Ok Ok Ok, I have a SSE and I wanna step up in the chain and buy a SSEi like a 92-94'. I have a 92 SSE, I want 92-94' SSEi I pay $85 for insurance a month an Im 17... How much would my rates increase if I got a SSEi. I have 1 accident on my record....
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With manitoba insurance i am at about 100 roughly a month and I had an accident as well. SO you are looking at about 1200 a year.
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forgot to mention im pretty sure i have "Liability" or in otherwords My insurance protects everyone else BUT me. So at $85 with Liability with SSE ... How much on Liability on SSEi?
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$85....hot damn your in good shape! Don't get in accidents though. :(
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In Massachusettes it would be about 200 bucks a month for an SSEi. I have no accidents on my record and it would be with colision. Im a step 14 driver (one down from when you start) It'll go down 7% for every year without an accident till i go to step 9. Mass just kills you in insurance though. There is also this communist insurance commitie that drove out all competition and fixed all the prices. But they also have the Boston politicians in their pocket. So Mass residents are screwed.
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If you are gonna get in an accident, get rear ended. That way, it won't be your fault.

I shouldn't have said that, it'* not nice.
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forgot to mention im pretty sure i have "Liability" or in otherwords My insurance protects everyone else BUT me. So at $85 with Liability with SSE ... How much on Liability on SSEi?
wow, that seems really expensive for just liability. Maybe you have full coverage and you just don't know it .
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thats what Im saying and my dad is just says no u have liability... So im not sure But I gotta find out.
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my dad used to tell me I had only liability on my car (I think so that I woudl drive safer maybe? I don't know..) but anyway, one day I looked at the insurance bill, and it said "Full Coverage." lol. Dad'*
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i got full coverage on my se. insurance sucks, if it wasn't soo high i would have a grand national. i found one for 2,000. but insurance was 220 a month only for liability. i can't afford that now. i hate insurance being soo high.
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