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Old 11 May 2010, 03:01 pm
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Default Would insurance be high on a 1996 integra gsr for a 17 yr old?

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Old 11 May 2010, 03:16 pm
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depends on a lot of factors















good grades















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i was paying about close to 2500 a year when i first started driving with my gsr at 16































so about 1.3k every 6 months















since its a sport car...
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Old 11 May 2010, 03:31 pm
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This is just about the worst possible place you could ask this question.































First, you are younger than 18 years old. In most places a minor would be covered by their parents's insurance policy.































Second. Have one of your parents contact their insurance agent and ask for a quote. A quote from your insurance agent is going to be far more accurate than a wild guess by an amateur on Yahoo Answers.
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Old 11 May 2010, 03:46 pm
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The only way the insurance would be cheap for any vehicle for a 17 year old is if you have the tires and engine removed.































Teenagers and people in their 20's have such high insurance because of their inexperience of driving and also because many teens drive recklessly, not trying to drive recklessly on purpose but in trying to have fun.
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While I wouldn't be able to give an exact dollar amount, given that I don't know anything about you other than you are 17, and I'm not an insurance agent, I can tell you this. It's a 14 year old economy car. It's not a sports car. It's not fast. It's a car built to look sporty-ish, and get good gas mileage, while not completely boring the owner to death driving it (just 3/4 to death). Being a 14 year old car, I'd say it shouldn't be awfully expensive, relatively speaking.
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YES! I am 18 now with good student discount, drivers ed discount, steer clear discount, and multi car discount with a $500 deductible and full coverage and i am paying $207 a month
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