jitsu666 said:are you on your parent's account?? they can be listed as the primary driver and you as a secondary driver and that will lower the rate a lot. some insurance companies will let you insure the car for any driver, so kids do not need to be listed on the account.
good luck with that perfect record i had mine til i was 19. then got two tickets and an accident within two weeks. since then, i can't even begin to count the traffic violations.
Thats why. If it was your own policy, then it'd be double... though that still isn't much.SouthSider said:
ya im a secondary driver thank god, and i hope i keep my clean record......my dad is the po po.........i've been pulled over once but was let off thank god.
Pearl-lude99 said:That's cool that it's that cheap but once you go to get your own policy it's gonna be that much more cause you gotta start all over. I been on my own for 4 years now and i pay 1500 a year and that covers everything, fire, theft, my system. But for right now that's not a bad deal for you.
yield said:ahhhhh, secondary driver
I would take a huge deductable on a 92 as well. If anything major happens to it, it'll probably be written off anyway, and I wouldn't report little things either because it'll cause your insurance to go up. So ya, I'd take the deductable and go for the cheap yearly rate.