Before the TC I was driving a 2000 Mustang GT, it is a Step-22 car (higher the step, the more the insurance) and the Scion is a Step-8 car so that is where the difference is. My insurance company is Hanover, not sure if they are local to Mass. or not. As far as companys not having the car in their system, that information is false in a way. The insurance beureau has the tC in their system and has generated a code for it, the individual insurance companies just have to get a real VIN# from the customer in order to submit it to the beureau to get the proper code (and then determine your rate).Originally posted by bizzyliz@Jul 21 2004, 04:14 PM
damn that is good Tcrazy, who is your insurance company? what were you driving before the tC? mine dont have the tC's in their systems so i dont know what to do, i am planning on getting mine next week, guess i will have to contact other ins companies.
Nooooo.... Geico is so expensive....Originally posted by VoLIMIT@Jul 23 2004, 10:16 AM
I got some good new, I just saved a bunch of money on my car insurance by switching to GEICO.Seriously, I have GEICO insurance and I'm an at risk driver at 22 w/ one point on my insurance. I'm paying about $1,600 for the year. Not bad versus the $2,600 I was looking at for a Honda S2000. But screw that, Scion TC for life!!!
excuse me but isnt USAA the insurence you get if you have people in your family who serve in the U.S military? it is not open to the public. there for it is government.Originally posted by lo bux racer@Jun 11 2006, 12:52 AM
Bullsh!t. USAA is NOT government. I've been a USAA member since 1989, and they have NOTHING to do with government.
Serving the People Who Serve Our Nation.
The USAA story began in 1922, when a handful of military officers met in San Antonio to form a member-owned insurance company. By building around the core values of service, loyalty, honesty, and integrity, they created a company uniquely suited to the needs of the military and their families.
USAA has grown into a Fortune 200 financial services company with more than $81 billion in owned and managed assets and offices throughout the United States and Europe. But it has remained true to its origins and is still dedicated to serving military members and their families worldwide.[/b]