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Sueby 04-19-2012 03:31 PM

Insurance rates & coverage?
 
I'm wondering, if you're willing to share, what you guys are paying for insurance here in CT for your Jeeps.

I switched from NLC that was about $600 a year to Liberty Mutual which is $1000 (I also upped my coverage). NLC wouldn't cover my mods.

I have a 2012 and claim about 3k in mods and have 100/300 for coverage with a state employee discount & a multi policy discount. Does that sound about right?

Do you guys have your mods covered?

Barrie 04-19-2012 03:34 PM

http://www.wranglerforum.com/f19/che...ight=insurance

Sueby 04-19-2012 05:21 PM

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Originally Posted by Barrie

Thanks. I did see that earlier but I was hoping to hear from Ct peeps. Insurance rates vary so much from state to state, or so Ive been told. Of course that was from the guy that jacked up my rates & said It's cheap to insure in CT!

Peepers 04-19-2012 09:51 PM

I pay $190/month for my TJ and a dodge ram. Full coverage, $1000 deductible on both. I also have 2 incidents on my record, I'm under 25, a male, and an only child.

My motorcycle is $125/year, but once my dad and I buy a new one its going to go up to $800/year for both bikes with both of us insured.

neil.hank 04-27-2012 01:27 AM

Automobile insurance rates do depend a lot on where you reside. The AARP is a good way to save on insurance if you’re retired.

wedu22 04-27-2012 10:06 AM

Been w/Geico for since 1985
$140.00 a year for motorcycle (1 incident)
$218.00 a month for five vehicles (1 vehicle insured is for my teenage son) includes full coverage on my Jeep, son's Camaro & wife's convertible Mustang & basic coverage on the other two.

j_pappy 04-29-2012 09:26 PM

I'm in CT and I just went from a 2002 mercury mountaineer to a 12 jk and my rate went up 600 for the year. I have safeco insurance through roland dumont agency

Sueby 04-30-2012 12:39 PM

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Originally Posted by neil.hank (Post 2307808)
Automobile insurance rates do depend a lot on where you reside. The AARP is a good way to save on insurance if you’re retired.

I wish. :( Way too many years of workin left.

Thanks for sharing peeps. I pay way too much for insurance. :banghead:

fireguy87 05-05-2012 11:53 AM

I saved ALOT when I switched to USAA (found out I was eligible for them since my father is former military). I have double the coverage and half the deductible I had with Nationwide for about $80-$90 less a month than what Nationwide was charging. I'm 25 with a ticket and fender bender on my record so it's about $130/month now.


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