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any ontario canada members have quotes to share
best deal i could get hagerty $1300 yr shocker was $2500 deductable
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I usually will keep my deductibles around 1k or 1500. When needed its no fun paying that, but fortunately I have not ever used it. South Carolina replaces windshields for 0 deductible and it doesn't go on INS. So that's the only thing I worry about. IF I hit someone, or do something stupid, its usually easier to fix myself, without having to pay an extra $50 or so a month for years before I need it.
 
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wow that's nuts, Grundy wouldn't even let me have a higher deductible than $500.
 
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Originally Posted by shootermcgav1n View Post
wow that's nuts, Grundy wouldn't even let me have a higher deductible than $500.
Seems everyone is ignoring Grundy.
My Aston is my cheapest car to insure in my household with unlimited miles.

Hagerty was not competitive when I was shopping around.
Maybe because I'm German or my wife has a ticket from 2013.
 
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Originally Posted by Zettinger View Post
Seems everyone is ignoring Grundy.
My Aston is my cheapest car to insure in my household with unlimited miles.

Hagerty was not competitive when I was shopping around.
Maybe because I'm German or my wife has a ticket from 2013.
Hagerty Quote is in:

1. Male, 44yrs old, single, no tickets, no accidents (better not get a ticket)
2. Two Car policy--- Mustang 92' 5.0 Conv. , soon to be 05' DB9 coupe

Still have my Merc, but its for sale.

They quoted my just for the AM $1410 annually paid in full up front. 1k deductible including unlimited mileage, unlimited road side flat bed towing up to 60miles, SC's glass replacement cost and uninsured cost ( think that was like $5 total)

So, $118 approximately a month for that, well worth it for me ( I have been with Nationwide for 28 years, so helps if anything ever happened)
 
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that's not bad for 2 cars and much more comparable to grundy, depending on what the agreed upon value is.
 
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Originally Posted by shootermcgav1n View Post
that's not bad for 2 cars and much more comparable to grundy, depending on what the agreed upon value is.
Sorry, forgot that detail------ I put 65k for it, got a question into them about things like splitters, diffusers, HRE wheels etc..... on how they will be covered if something goes terribly wrong. If I just need to raise my ACV then INS likely will go up a bit. I know when I put 95k ACV they quoted like 2k a year. Now that is getting high. I expected to pay around 130 or so a month for a second or third car of this caliber. Wonder what people on here pay for a Scuderia or 458?
 
 
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