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Today the Wall Street Journal printed an article about auto insurance premiums, highlighting the Subaru Impreza WRX which received the highest (worst) score for highest losses for all types of coverage. That's not really a big surprise though.
The WRX is as powerful as many much more expensive performance cars but is still pretty affordable for young drivers. That's a recipe for high insurance premiums right there. Out of curiosity, I decided to look up my historical insurance payments and see if I could detect any patterns. I present them here with what I perceive to be the reasons for any premium changes.
Started with just a 98 Accord 3/01/2000, Geico, 666.5, living in Evanston (Cook County) 8/16/2000, Geico, 642.8, 3/17/2001, Geico, 642.8, 9/21/2001, Geico, 643.3, 3/03/2002, Geico, 658.5, Moved to Chicago (Cook County) 9/12/2002, Geico, 490.8, Turned 25 3/12/2003, Geico, 490.8, 9/03/2003, Geico, 436.3, Moved to Wheaton (not Cook County) 3/22/2004, Geico, 799.2, Bought Sti 9/10/2004, Geico, 799.2, 3/25/2005, Geico, 1168.69, Moved to Streamwood and raised coverage (Cook County) 9/27/2005, Geico, 1178.1, 1/19/2006, AAA, 997, Switched to AAA 7/28/2006, AAA, 983, 1/15/2007, AAA, 531.1, Turned 30 8/09/2007, AAA, 642.3, Traded Accord for 07 FXT 1/29/2008, AAA, 802.3, 7/10/2008, AAA, 643.4, 1/21/2009, AAA, 666, 8/05/2009, AAA, 666,
Posted 09/23/2009 08:56 PM in Cars, Finances, Ramblings | Total Comments: (1)
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