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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by bryguy00b, Sep 15, 2002.

  1. bryguy00b

    bryguy00b 3/4 ton status

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    i was wondering, how much would it be for a 16 year old male to run a blazer insurance wise? anyone know...
     
  2. 77Jimmy

    77Jimmy 1/2 ton status

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    tough question to answer. depends on a lot of things -- age, location, the insurance company, the level of coverage you want to carry, etc, etc. will probably be tough to get a solid estimate here unless some member happens to be an insurance agent in your area. wish i could be of more help. probably the best thing to do would be to call an insurance agent and get a quote. you can get quotes on-line as well nowadays -- might want to check that out.
     
  3. zcarczar

    zcarczar 1/2 ton status

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    hehe...Im 16, have a 89 k5, I dont have full coverage insurance, just the minimum i can get away with in California. My insurance premium for 6 months is close to $900. damn insurance companies
     
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    eldon519 1/2 ton status

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    I got a 78 Chevy pickup with liability-only insurance for $250, I'm 18.
     
  5. cyber_k5

    cyber_k5 Newbie

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    check for discounts

    Just like there are safe driver discounts see http://www.insurancepaylite.com they provide insurance quote from other insurance companies heheheh and see how they price! then choose whats best for you! there are also AAA, student discounts, anti-theft device discounts, multi family, and multi policy discounts, etc. You simply have to be willing to request discounts. To do so, contact your insurance company and ask them if you’re entitled.
     
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  6. Propayne

    Propayne Registered Member

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    im 16 in south texas, i pay 125 monthly so 750 bi-annually. if you take a drivers education class here and make decent school grades, you get a discount as well.
     
  7. duanel

    duanel Registered Member

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    hell at 41 insuring two 4x4 is 80 a month. at 16 I would imagine you would pay close to that (if not more) for one. but maybe check proggressive.com (or how ever it is spelled) for a instant quote.
     
  8. cyber_k5

    cyber_k5 Newbie

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    make a deal

    youre right! Another way to get your insurance reduced is to negotiate. If you have written quotes from another insurance company then take it to your existing insurer and see if they would be wiling to match it. Many times they are willing to “make a deal” in order to avoid you going elsewhere for your insurance needs. :bow:
     
  9. Avery4jc

    Avery4jc 1 ton status Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    I'm a 16 year old male and I have minimum on my 1985 k1500 and it only costs me $55 a month. Between good grades (10%), taking driver's training classes (you have to anyways here) and watching a stupid hour long movie (another 30%, yeah 30!) I don't have to pay much. Of course it doesn't hurt that my grandma has been w/ the company for as long as I can remember but still, it's all available if you work for it.

    -Avery
     
  10. cyber_k5

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    lucky

    wow thats cheap! your're a lucky guy hehehe be sure to keep it.:bow: :haha:
     
  11. 1985_K5_Silverado

    1985_K5_Silverado 1/2 ton status

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    About $315 a year for my '85 (but I'm older than dirt, with no tickets).
     
  12. cyber_k5

    cyber_k5 Newbie

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    i pay $110 my lowest so far. check http://www.insurancepaylite.com hehe see different insurance companies price

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  13. 71 Blazer

    71 Blazer 1/2 ton status

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    I pay $46 a month for my 71 blazer AND my 95 civic. Liability only, payed in full for the year, and get a discount for having my house insurance through them. Try to stick with the smaller companies, the large ones will raise their rates over the whole country if their is a flood or tornado that is big enough to make them loss money, no matter where it is. I used to have State Farm, they used to raise my rates all the time.
     
  14. broncoman6524

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    Im 16 and have an 84 but i took drivers ed and have the good student discount. and i pay i think 1200 a year
     
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    146 a month and im a 24 year old with a sh**y driving record and a multi car discount, and im in cali
     
  16. K5MONSTERCHEV

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    I know when I insured mine when I was 16 it was higher then normal because it was an "SUV". It was low then it went up because I took it off and on the insurance for a summer. It was down to 800 a year but I think it dropped a few hundred more now, and thats with all the good driving crap you can get, get good grades.
     

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