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Old 14 Dec 2010, 08:46 pm
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Default What will be the insurance cost on a 2000(or above)Honda Prelude,Civic, Accord,Celica for a 17...

...year old boy? please tell me a rate (its okay if it is a guesstimate) instead of any random links..















I live in NC and just wants the minimum requirements to drive on the road.















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Old 14 Dec 2010, 09:01 pm
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It depends on where you live and how much insurance you want or need. I have a similar car and a boy about to get his license in NC. I carry the minimum insurance and when my son gets his license my yearly premium will go from around $600 to around $2000.
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Old 14 Dec 2010, 09:16 pm
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well i have a 99 lude it runs me about 100/month for liability. im 21 not 17 but my driving record is not quiet ... good.
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Old 14 Dec 2010, 09:31 pm
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The price can vary from zip code to zip code. For an accurate estimate, call an agent in your area and talk to them about getting a quote. Just to satisfy your request for a guesstimate I will say between $50-200 but that is not something we can accurately tell you.
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All the cars you mentioned are for ricers and kids that wreck their cars. On top of that the Hondas are all highly stolen.































I'd get them something else.
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If you're getting full coverage with a 250/500 dollar deductible, you're looking at 400 to 500 dollars a month.
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Help yourself - you can check your quotes in internet, for example here - autoinsurance.noneto.com
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You have the internet why don't you just go get an online quote from an insurance company. No person on here know's your driving record and such.
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For the situation like yours,I would like to suggest you have a look here **www.Autoinsurancepro.info** ,you should find something useful.
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100-150 just for liability and your still young. your rate wont go down till your at least 25.
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