what is the average of full coverage car insurance for a chavy blazer 2001 in north Carolina?

April 4, 2017 · Posted in FAQ 
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madison B asked:

I am planing to buy a chavy blazer 2001 used car. I know I will need full coverage insurance. I am a good driver, haven’t have any accidents or traffic violations. How much would the car insurance cost in North Carolina?

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6 Responses to “what is the average of full coverage car insurance for a chavy blazer 2001 in north Carolina?”

  1. acalikk on April 13th, 2009 10:15 am

    about $650-750 but it all depends on your driving record,,…

  2. David W on April 16th, 2009 12:17 pm

    That’s like asking “How high is up?” You don’t give your age, marital status, location, model…all things that affect your premium. Call several agents/companies for firm quotes.

  3. mbrcatz on April 16th, 2009 9:20 pm

    If you’re a 40 year old with credit score over 750 and clean driving record, no tickets or accidents in the past ten years, it’s probably going to cost you around $800 – $900 a year, if you live alone.

    If you’re 17, it’s probably going to cost you around $3,000 – $4,000.

    You can’t really average a youthful driver with a mature driver, and get a meaningful number.

  4. SUSAN M on April 17th, 2009 11:39 pm

    Maybe You should google it at first hand ,nevertheless, if you like some direct resource ,here should be helpful.

  5. Amanda S -Insurance Attorney on April 20th, 2009 3:51 pm

    Hi Madison,

    I live in North Carolina and I pay $60 a month for full coverage on my 2001 Tahoe. I have 1 speeding ticket so insurance on your Blazer may be cheaper.

    Never use a company that runs a credit score. Credit has NOTHING to do with driving.

    I listed the company I use below. Good Luck and Happy new year!!

  6. Allison B on April 21st, 2009 7:57 am

    A number of factors can affect the cost of your automobile insurance. Age, make and model of car, driving record, purpose the car serves, where you keep and drive your car, and your credit rating all affect insurance rates.

    A site I’ve used to compare quotes in the past …

    Hope that helps.

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