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Old 07-01-2019, 10:23 AM
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Yo. YT1,

Who is Porsche Insurance? That's a great rate. I am around $672/yr with Infinity - $35k agreed value. 5k miles, garaged, limited drive to work, Bodily Injury Liability ($250,000 each person/$500,000 each accident), Property Damage Liability ($100,000 each accident); Medical Benefits ($1,000 Limit); Uninsured Motorist - BI ($100,000 each person/$300,000 each accident); Collision (250 deductible), Comprehensive w/Glass (250 w/ Glass)
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Old 07-02-2019, 01:06 AM
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Originally Posted by craig001 View Post
Yo. YT1,

Who is Porsche Insurance? That's a great rate. I am around $672/yr with Infinity - $35k agreed value. 5k miles, garaged, limited drive to work, Bodily Injury Liability ($250,000 each person/$500,000 each accident), Property Damage Liability ($100,000 each accident); Medical Benefits ($1,000 Limit); Uninsured Motorist - BI ($100,000 each person/$300,000 each accident); Collision (250 deductible), Comprehensive w/Glass (250 w/ Glass)
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Only In Illinois and Oregon right now but it just launched.

https://www.prnewswire.com/news-rele...300871784.html
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Old 07-02-2019, 10:49 AM
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$933/year. Massachusetts. Liberty Mutual. 4 cars, 2 drivers on policy (for now, daughter just got her permit) (also have an 03 boxster s which is $763/year on same policy).
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This is just one more thread that makes me cringe because I live in Canuckistan. Even with a max discount I'm paying way way more than any of you lucky fellas. Our insurance rates suck up here! 😭
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Old 07-11-2019, 01:42 PM
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Thanks YT1. Signed up for updates to dee when they hit MO.Reply
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Old 07-11-2019, 01:46 PM
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I just got my bill from Haggerty.

996 - $25K agreed upon value, full coverage
951 - $15K agreed upon value, full coverage

No driving limitations.

$847/year for both cars.
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Originally Posted by Paul Waterloo View Post
I just got my bill from Haggerty.

996 - $25K agreed upon value, full coverage
951 - $15K agreed upon value, full coverage

No driving limitations.

$847/year for both cars.
Do both cars have to be in a locked garage? My problem is I have 2 996's and 1 986, and only a 1 car garage, so 2 have to sit covered outside. But with a savings in insurance, I may can pay payments on a detached garage??/ Hmmmm....
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Originally Posted by Porschetech3 View Post
Do both cars have to be in a locked garage? My problem is I have 2 996's and 1 986, and only a 1 car garage, so 2 have to sit covered outside. But with a savings in insurance, I may can pay payments on a detached garage??/ Hmmmm....
I am not 100% certain, but I believe the answer is no. I know for Grundy insurance is has to be in a locked garage. And you have to apply via a mail in form and include a check. LOL.
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