How much will car insurance cost for me?

December 22, 2017 · Posted in FAQ 
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Ramona asked:

I’m getting my driver’s license in the next month or two and need to know how much car insurance will cost. I’m 22 years old and this will be my first time license. Does it depend whether the car is new or used?

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4 Responses to “How much will car insurance cost for me?”

  1. Enrique G on March 21st, 2009 9:22 pm

    Yes, it depends a lot of the car, the kind of car and if its used or new, I recommend you to ask for quotes so you could know which kind of car is better for you, in this link you can get quotes from the best companies in your area.

  2. David W on March 24th, 2009 5:28 am

    No way we can tell you what you’ll be paying, since we don’t have rate books here–and you didn’t tell us where you live or what gender you are! If you want details, you’ll have to provide details to an agent or company rep; they’re the only ones who can give you firm prices. And new or used makes no difference unless you need to carry “full” coverage–comp/collision.

  3. bdtxpress on March 27th, 2009 7:20 am

    Well if you are 22 and just getting your license. Your insurance will be high. Regardless of whether or not you are male or female it will be a high rate because you are just now getting your license. When I say hi, you may consider $100 per month to be low. To me, it was high. But I just turned 25 in December and my insurance has only been $57 per month where I am insured. And I think that is rather high considering my brother who is 24 is only paying $49 with the same insurance company and he has an SR-22 for no insurance violations. But where you live, what state, and which county play a role. It does not matter whether your vehicle is new or used. What matters is the type of vehicle i.e. sports car, sedan, mini-van, etc. And what type of coverage you need. Naturally Liability is cheaper, full coverage of course is far more. You an also reject the personal injury protection and uninsured, noninsured motorist coverage to make it a little cheaper if you are getting liability only. Fred Loya Insurance is who I go with. There is no down payment, and no fees, you just pay the monthly payment. You do have to pay your first month of course, but most insurance companies for example your insurance will be say $100 per month, but they want $175 down or something like that. Fred loya is not like that if you have a bank account or debit/credit card they can automatically draft the payment from each month. Hope this helps you. You can try this link i do not know if they offer insurance in your area though. Good luck!

  4. Charles S on March 28th, 2009 8:29 pm

    It depends on a lot of factors like the type of car, value, and more, if you like its very easy to have quotes online from site like

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