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Old 10-31-2007, 01:51 PM   #11
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I'll park mine front and centre.

Mom and dad'* cars are worth more
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Old 10-31-2007, 03:22 PM   #12
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I will be guarding mine with "twin 50 calibers".
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one of mine is at the Body shop, and the other will be out on the street. I live in a nice neighborhood, and a cop neighbor helps. It will be fine.

I would love to take a claim out for keying though, my Bonneville needs paint on the front end so bad...
That is a nice thought, but wouldn't you have to pay the deductible to have it fixed?
$250 deductible makes it oh so worth it...
$250 deductible...how much is your premium? lol


I WISH I could park mine in a garage or backyard. I also wish I at least had a car cover. My neighborhood sucks. My 94 almost got hit by a rock thrown through my porch window (not on Halloween).
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back when I only had the Bonneville the difference between a $250 and $500 deducible was not that different, so I went for the 250. I was paying $194 a month or something. Now that I have the PA, I have full coverage on 2 cars, and I'm paying $300 a month for both. Yes it hurts, but the PA will be gone soon. Keep in mind my record, 4 current speeding tickets, and 2 moving violations...
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Gonna park on the south end of the apartment building and hope for the best. Just hope the windows survive the night :(
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I'm so glad I have a garage, and I just helped my parents clean out their garage for their cars. Where I live, kids don't really go trick or treating though (not really a nice area) so I'm not worried about any vandalism.
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I will be in Santa Cruz, at a concert, and my car will be parked in a guarded lot. Hell yes.
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OMG - Why didn't you bring this up YESTERDAY!!! Too late for me to do anything now....



As for deductibles, look into $100. Its not that bad. The 3rd shift guy here had hit truck hit & runned and he had $1000 deductble. I told him the same thing and it turned out that $100 was only $4 more per month.
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mine will be inside the garage again tonight.
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I dare the little ***** to try anything with my car. The "laws" may not support it, but I believe in eye for an eye. If I can't claim an eye, I'll take whatever I deem appropriate. You do not **** with someones car. That'* the most chickenshit thing any person could do.
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