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Old 20 Oct 2009, 03:46 pm
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Default how much do you pay a month from insurance on your 01-05 honda civic ex?

I'm planning to buy either a 05-06 rsx type s or a 04-05 honda civic ex coupe.































I was wondering, how much would it cost to afford a 04-05 Honda Civic EX coupe a month from insurance?































A 05-06 RSX Type S is already $220 for me a month. If the civic is half cheaper then the rsx, I rather buy it. But if its around the same then I rather buy the faster one... RSX Type S































I am 22 years old and with all state
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Old 20 Oct 2009, 04:46 pm
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The car your drive effects the rate much less than your age, driving record, location, credit score, etc. I would anticipate that the civic will be less, but how much less, I can not say. I highly doubt that it would be half as much, probably about 80-90% of what you are paying now (or roughly $200). I pay $45 a month for my Suzuki xl-7, but I live somewhere else, get the multi-car discount since i'm insuring it along with my wife's car, get the auto/home discount since i also insure my home, get credit discounts for good credit, am 30 years old, have a perfect driving record, etc. The short answer to your question is that it doesn't matter what someone else pays. If you want to know for sure what YOU would pay, call your agent and have them quote the new car. I own an insurance agency and people call and ask us this question all the time, so it wouldn't be a big deal.
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Old 20 Oct 2009, 05:46 pm
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I drive an 02 civic si and my insurance is like 60 bucks a month. I'm married with my own house and an 8 month old too. But I would go with the rsx if I were you.
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Old 20 Oct 2009, 06:46 pm
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Being that your 22 is a reason. It's just the way it is, look at the car your trying to get insured on.... your def not getting it to take kids to soccer practice. And that's why your insurance is high.
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This is the kind of question where you would be better off going to a website that gives numerous quotes from different insurance companies like I did years ago. It's tough knowing what other people pay since there are way too many factors involved like age, sex, credit score, amount of coverage, etc.
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Old 20 Oct 2009, 08:46 pm
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I would like to suggest to try to get as much information as you could before making up your mind,here































http://www.AutoInsuranceFree.info































is a very resourceful one.
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