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Old 01-08-2008, 02:05 PM   #11
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coverage on the Firehawk?
That'* seperate. As is coverage on the 79 TA.

They both have collector policies through Grundy Worldwide for an agreed upon value. No deductible on either car. Full coverage year round. $450 a year for total replacement cost and liability. Catch is that they can't be driven for daily use (errands, work, etc.). Only can be used for leisure drives and to/from shows.
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$778.98 for 6 months of two cars and full coverage on both. Two 25+ year old drivers.
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$778.98 for 6 months of two cars and full coverage on both. Two 25+ year old drivers.
Similar for me.
Mine might be like $880 every 6 months.
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my insurance was $360 (6 month period) till I got married and my wife totaled her car. Now is $250 a month.
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my insurance was $360 (6 month period) till I got married and my wife totaled her car. Now is $250 a month.
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If it weren't for that damn Civic our rates would be a lot better than the $880 every six months. High theft rates are to blame.

Having one million of liability also makes the rates a little higher too.
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Wow, I think I pay about $285 every 6 months for the car and van. Guess being an old married guy with kids and a clean driving record finally paid off.
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Wow, I think I pay about $285 every 6 months for the car and van. Guess being an old married guy with kids and a clean driving record finally paid off.

You got that right. Full coverage for the Bonnie is $650 a year and that includes the extra sircharge for the personal plates..
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Your plates go through your insurance?
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<insert giant rant about expensive Ontario insurance here>

still paying the equivalant of $840 of every six months as a third occasional driver on parents' two cars...

in reality i drive one full time of course
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