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Old 10-12-2009
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once again Im not advocating. yes ur paid less because you live in KENTUCKY. i live in West Palm Beach, FL....price is a huuuge difference.

3rd i agree. dont have a ded u cant afford
I can attest to that, it's not a specific insurance company down there. When I lived there, the lowest I ever paid was $200 a month. West Palm Beach is a very big city with a lot of people that cannot drive and there are accidents there everywhere you look.


On another note, why the heck would you have a $1000 deductible? That's crazy! Lower it for reason such as this $500 is the most I would ever have it at. $250 is where I've always kept it.
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the reason i dont have a lower deductible is because my parents still pay for my insurance and i dont want to put that in jeopardy by asking for more from them
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Whats wrong with insurance fraud?
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Yeah Cause if you commit it and i know about it i get somethin like 25 grand for turnin you in

And thats alot of mods for a Ranger
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once again Im not advocating. yes ur paid less because you live in KENTUCKY. i live in West Palm Beach, FL....price is a huuuge difference.

3rd i agree. dont have a ded u cant afford
Not that it really matters, but I moved to Kentucky from Portland Oregon a year ago and my insurance actually went up when I moved, due to the amount of uninsured jackhole motorists here.
But if insurance really is that much more in Florida, thanks for giving me another reason not to move there! lol
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hahaha trust me theres many reasons not to move here. its like the absolute best and worst place to live at the same time.
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I got a buddy with a 09 WRX and when he lived here in VA it was 1300 a year to insure then he moved to Louisiana outside of New Orleans and it jumped to i think he said 12000 a year.
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That sucks dude
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