Insurance companies offer rates that are dendneept on a number of factors:1) Value of the car to be insured, and its make/model2) You driving record (accidents, traffic tickets, suspensions)3) Likelihood of that vehicle to be stolen in your area4) How much you drive (km) per year5) Your age, your occupation, your marital statusI am in the process of looking for a new car, and I have called about half a dozen insurance agents. For a new four-dor family sedan, I have been quoted prices ranging from $600 all the way up to $1,700 per year. If all you want is a rough idea of costs, then go online to one (or more) of the known insurance companies. On their websites, there are forms you can fill in, you answer a few questions, and they tell you what it will cost you.

  1. November 14, 2012 6:42 am

Insurance companies offer rates that are dendneept on a number of factors:1) Value of the car to be insured, and its make/model2) You driving record (accidents, traffic tickets, suspensions)3) Likelihood of that vehicle to be stolen in your area4) How much you drive (km) per year5) Your age, your occupation, your marital statusI am in the process of looking for a new car, and I have called about half a dozen insurance agents. For a new four-dor family sedan, I have been quoted prices ranging from $600 all the way up to $1,700 per year. If all you want is a rough idea of costs, then go online to one (or more) of the known insurance companies. On their websites, there are forms you can fill in, you answer a few questions, and they tell you what it will cost you.



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