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Those 510 horses are gonna cost me

 
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Originally Posted by yidal8 View Post
Thanks for the tip, just got online quote from Hagerty. $1150/year, agreed value 40,000. Still steep, but much better than my Allstate number of over $1840/year
I am surprised Haggerty is insuring a daily driver.
When I looked into Haggerty for my vintage for an agreed value of $75k, the deal breaker was recreational use only.
 
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Wow, I live in Queens and that increase sounds extreme, but I guess I am paying similar. With my XK MY14 added $200/month to my current insurance cost, but I changed from State Farm to Geico to get it. State Farm was going to rise by $490 every month. The cost really go up with FULL coverage, Collision, Liability with glass and a medium deductible.
 

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I always put down Trans to get the best rates.


Correct the typo - didn't you mean dates?
 

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Originally Posted by 80sRule View Post
Renewal recently was 480 for 6 months for my 07 XKR Coupe and a 32yo female in Michigan, own and don't make payments, kept in my attached garage, perfect credit rating and no non comprehensive claims. I'm about a grand every six months for all 3 Jaguars for full coverage.

It's older and not as fast as a 2010, but worth it.
It wont take much to make your car as fast as the 5.0 xkr
 
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Old 06-06-2019, 07:08 AM
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Three cars (My Jag, wife's Lexus RX and Fusion, My truck (F150) and a bike... $1200 per six months. USAA, man.
I have USAA too. What s the premium on the Jag alone?
 
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Just talked to Hagerty agent to go over everything. Quote is $1105/year, 4000miles/year, $40,000 agreed value, matching the coverage with Allstate for my other 2 cars.
For NY, it's not bad, and now quite lower than my 16 XJ premium.
 
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Old 06-06-2019, 11:04 AM
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Originally Posted by 110reef View Post
I have USAA too. What s the premium on the Jag alone?
Damnation, that USAA site is a Royal Mother to navigate. Took me nearly half an hour to FINALLY find out where to view the policy.
Anyway, just the XKR for six months is $414, wife's RX is $308. Piddles for the rest.
 
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Old 06-06-2019, 11:24 AM
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Interesting. Mine is more than $175/6 months more for an older non-R car. Part of that may be my less than stellar record of tickets, but I am sure most is the difference between Louisiana and Utah.
 

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Old 06-06-2019, 11:36 AM
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Where you are makes a BIG difference. For details and the rest of this chart, see: https://www.insure.com/car-insurance...nce-rates.html

 
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Woo Hoo! 38th place!
 
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Looks like I should be retiring to Maine and not to Florida...
 
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Heck, I've been retired since I was 43. Don't think I'll go live in Florida though.
 
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Originally Posted by yidal8 View Post
Just talked to Hagerty agent to go over everything. Quote is $1105/year, 4000miles/year, $40,000 agreed value, matching the coverage with Allstate for my other 2 cars.
For NY, it's not bad, and now quite lower than my 16 XJ premium.
Glad you were able to save some from my suggestion.
 
 
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