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Hagerty (agreed value) for my V8V and 993.
 
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Umbrella policy for everything through USAA.
 
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AIG. PM me and I will connect you with my agent if you want. He writes nationally for them.
 
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a little under $500 a year with Condonskelly.

There is a yearly mileage limit though. Mine is at 2500 miles per year
 

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Gecko, Umbrella, Life

Age 37/ Los Angeles/ No Mileage Limit
$300,000/$500,000
1 Ticket on the record
$1,300/year
....with the hated Gecko

I also have an Umbrella policy...which like Life Insurance is something everyone worth anything should own.
 

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51;100k/300k/100k;1 ticket;$1000 deductible (Comp and Collision)

Amica, 6 month premium: $3295

USAA: 6 month premium $3095

Farmers: $485 month, ~$5900 a year

GEICO - will not cover (To high value)

Nationwide - Will not cover the car (To high value)

Grundy - will not cover daily driver car

eSurance - will not cover the car (Unacceptable vehicle is what I was told... )

In my case, I think several factors are in play with this car.

It's value is around $140K, it is high hp, expensive to repair (carbon fiber body panels, carbon ceramic brakes, etc), and I am sure my ticket has a play in this as well.

So I guess the State Farm rate of $243 a month is "relatively" decent.
 

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54, 100/300/100 1k deductible USAA quoted me 1200 a year to insure the 08 vantage coupe I'm looking at.

RS- I'm down in Columbus GA, I tried to pm you unfortunately I don't have the min. number of posts yet.
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54, 100/300/100 1k deductible USAA quoted me 1200 a year to insure the 08 vantage coupe I'm looking at.

RS- I'm down in Columbus GA, I tried to pm you unfortunately I don't have the min. number of posts yet.
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zvez - that sounds like a decent rate for a daily driver. If you are not planning on driving it all the time I think you could probably do better on the rate.
 
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51;100k/300k/100k;1 ticket;$1000 deductible (Comp and Collision)

Amica, 6 month premium: $3295

USAA: 6 month premium $3095

Farmers: $485 month, ~$5900 a year

GEICO - will not cover (To high value)

Nationwide - Will not cover the car (To high value)

Grundy - will not cover daily driver car

eSurance - will not cover the car (Unacceptable vehicle is what I was told... )

In my case, I think several factors are in play with this car.

It's value is around $140K, it is high hp, expensive to repair (carbon fiber body panels, carbon ceramic brakes, etc), and I am sure my ticket has a play in this as well.

So I guess the State Farm rate of $243 a month is "relatively" decent.

The rates being provided by posters for their cars really have no bearing on your situation, since a DBS is way, way more to insure than a Vantage. It's in a whole 'nother league, so forget the numbers you've been getting on here (as you can see by the quotes above).

The best you can do is to insure with a collector policy as a non-DD. with an agreed value ($120-$150K, for example). If you really want it as a DD, then you are screwed, so to speak.
 
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The rates being provided by posters for their cars really have no bearing on your situation, since a DBS is way, way more to insure than a Vantage. It's in a whole 'nother league, so forget the numbers you've been getting on here (as you can see by the quotes above).

The best you can do is to insure with a collector policy as a non-DD. with an agreed value ($120-$150K, for example). If you really want it as a DD, then you are screwed, so to speak.
Yes, it would appear you are correct. I have learned a valuable lesson here...
 
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I use Safeco for my V8 Vantage. About $2500/yr.
 
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Chubb will ensure, but everyone's situation is different. So no point in telling you the quote that I received, but they will insure for above $150K.
 
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Well, CSE will insure on declared value, just saved $1k a year.
 
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My 05 DB9 is about $1100 a year here in Michigan but I put in storage around September so we pay about $750. I'm 32 years old and haven't had a speeding ticket in over 10 years. A lot of variables come into play with auto insurance though.. Good luck!
 
 
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