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originally posted by: Nyiah
originally posted by: evc1shop
a reply to: Bluntone22
Turns out they were really just a little less say $295 instead of the $350 (for example only, I don't have actual facts on hand here). The kicker was that they started a shift toward a 6-month policy, which ultimately came up to be more than a single 1yr had been and the rates have steadily increased each year. I pay about $2k /year in insurance here in WA state on a premium for a couple of cars.
If that's the total you're paying for multiple cars, it's a bargain compared to here in MI. The bare-bones state minimum policy on my husband's car he purchased over the summer runs around $1800 a year. For ONE 9 year old car. That's below state average of about $2500, though. If you've got 2 or 3 cars insured for 2 grand, you'd have a hell of a time affording it here.
originally posted by: Michael4
a reply to: evc1shop
Insurances are not that crazy everywhere. And the premium package is quite a flexible term in most of the agencies. Here're supporting evidences auto insurance quotes. So look more closely before drawing any conclusions.