+1. Also, if you have a lien on your car, there are certain limits (BI, Collision, etc) that have to be met in order to satisfy the lender. Skippys most def would not pass the smell test, so you would end up with whatever the bank chose. Which is never a good thing.I think car insurance is all over the map depending on which state you're in.. and that's besides the usual demographics and personal information...California is the only state where car insurance has gone down in the last two decades...and that's due to laws passed in the 80s. That being said, fully maxed insurance coverage for a 2013 Accent would be around $1000/year with my carrier ( Geico ). You may pay $69/mo for insurance with the new carrier but it may be a living **** to get a claim check whereas you might pay more for AAA but they usually payout quickly. You're paying for that in your premium and that's another angle to consider. In my experience, "Skippy's Lo Cost Insurance" isn't the way to go.
That rate definitely is not for a Sonata with full coverage thru USAA and I even doubt it's for the Santa Fe in your signature. You might get it under $200 every 6mos, but that would again not be full coverage.Sometimes it pays to be old. I pay just over $189 a year.
I am with Geico also. Around $320 (500 deductible) every 6 months. Good deal i thinki am with Geico and pay semi-yearly, $600 dollars. what about you guys? it's about renewed time. I got a quote from Elephant with $69 monthly with NONE deductible. I would like to hear about you guys. thanks