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Old 12-28-2005, 03:27 AM   #1
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do you have it on your bonne and what year is your bonne

(in case anyones confused, i mean more than liability coverage)

just wondering, i dont think i can get more than liability on my bonne considering in a few days it will be 16 years old
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yes... 2000...gots to with the loan

insurance is double the car payment
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liability coverage only
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I would pay off my car every year with that coverage.
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it depends on the value of the car(year and such)
if you have collision on a 15 year old car or so its a complete waste!!!

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Complete coverage on my 01 SLE. Had to have it for the loan, but now that it'* paid off i think i'll keep it on for now. Hubby has basic insurance on the 94 SE
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Full.....yes,it'* financed

Year....1999


Insurance is half of the payment
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Full Coverage here. Insurance company is still leary since I used to work for a FD, so i drove sorta....fast.
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Full coverage on both vehicles here. My Bonne is still financed, so I gotta. But The Missus'* Astro is paid off, but since we're old, full coverage ain't too much. Just over 100 bucks a month for both (I think)
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Bonnie'* currently under storage insurance, but when she'* out, she'* got liability only. The KBB represents what they'd reimburse me for if I totalled my car with comprehensive, and I'd pay more than that a year in insurance.

I have a (teeny tiny itty bitty) loan on my 1990 Chevy, so it'* under comprehensive.
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