Would teen car insurance be expensive for a 2007 honda civic hybrid?

June 29, 2017 · Posted in FAQ 
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Duhay asked:

I am a new driver with good grades and took drivers ed. Will the year of the car affect my insurance rates? Would another car be cheaper? Would being on my parents policy be less as opposed to having my own?

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6 Responses to “Would teen car insurance be expensive for a 2007 honda civic hybrid?”

  1. Blappers on August 27th, 2009 12:14 am

    Expensive cars have expensive insurance. Teens without good grades are charged more than adults. Honda Civic 2007? What are you rich? I couldn’t possibly afford that.

  2. Billy Witch Doctor on August 30th, 2009 10:42 am

    Being on your parents policy would be a lot less. Go to any insurance companys website and u can get a free quote.

  3. Jesse on August 31st, 2009 11:44 am

    yes. but if you are on your parents policy it will be a little cheaper. the civic to an insurance company is a sports car. so there for it will be more than say a corolla.

  4. lj1 on September 2nd, 2009 11:32 am

    Naturally, a 2 year old car is going to be more expensive to insure than a 10 year old car. If the car is financed, you have to carry full coverage on it. Even with your good student and driver training program discounts, you will pay through the nose if you get your own insurance. A 2007 model is going to be expensive to insure no matter what, but it would be significantly cheaper if your parents insure the car, and list you as the primary driver.

  5. AudiA6S on September 3rd, 2009 3:26 am

    Depends, any new driver is expensive. I drove a 2005 Civic Hybrid for about a year. It was cheaper than being insured on my 2000 GMC Yukon that was worth thousands less. My civic cost $17,000 and my SUV is worth about $7,000. The year of the car will affect your rates but the car is also a 110 HP 4 cylinder. Other cars may be cheaper but cars that get that mileage are not easy to find. It is always cheaper when you are on your parents policy. The 2007 Civic Hybrid also did quite well in crash tests which will also play a small roll. I would get quotes from different company’s, you should be able to get them free online.

  6. Peace Corps on September 4th, 2009 10:16 am

    You can only speculate on it, the way to know is to research it by taking quotes off the sites, it’s free to do and you won’t have nasty surprises whet it comes to ACTUALLY having to pay for it.
    This is a place where I go to as they are quick:

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