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$73/1 month
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Pricing exactly as sold No surprises, Cheap Premiums.

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Great online customer support.

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$195/1 month
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No reason for rate increase.

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Prompt customer service, Constant Service from agent after sale.

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Rate changes were communicated.

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Great response for unanswered questions, Great single point of service.

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Decent Prices, Surchages were communicated.

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Great online customer support.

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Surchages were communicated, Rate changes were communicated.

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Satisfactory online customer support, Solved problem after a few calls, Timely response & follow ups.

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$61/1 month
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Cheap Premiums, Pricing exactly as sold No surprises.

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Great response for unanswered questions.

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$172/1 month
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Expensive Pricing, No reason for rate increase.

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Online customer support is poor, Promised call backs & service did not happen.

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$99/1 month
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Premium surcharges not communicated during sale.

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Constant Service from agent after sale.

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$111/1 month
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Premium surcharges not communicated during sale.

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Great online customer support, Great response for unanswered questions, Constant Service from agent after sale.

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New Hampshire keeps a check on rising insurance expenditure

A study released by the Consumer Federation of America in November 2013 found that New Hampshire is one of only 12 states where auto insurance expenditure increased by less than the national average. The study tracks insurance trends across the country in the 21-year period from 1989 to 2010. In 1989, the national average auto insurance expenditure stood at $551.95. By 2010 the figure had risen to $791.22, an increase of 43.3 percent. In the same period the average for New Hampshire went from $603.13 to $706.24, a rise of just 15.9% over 21 years.

California and Hawaii are the only other states to show a better performance than New Hampshire during this period. In fact, New Hampshire went from being ranked 12th to the 29th most expensive state in terms of insurance expenditure. In absolute dollar terms, in 1989 it was ...

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Insurance costs of a used Porsche Panamera in the United States

The United States pays an average of $2362 to insure the Porsche Panamera. This is $866 above the national average insurance rate. Insurance rates for the Porsche Panamera start at $1770 in North Carolina, and go up to $4213 in Georgia.

If we consider both the median price and the average insurance rate of the Porsche Panamera, Indiana is the best state to buy one. The median price of a used Porsche Panamera in Indiana is $59,990, the lowest in the United States. The average insurance rate in Indiana is $1982, which is the 5th lowest in the country.

In North Carolina, where the average insurance rate is the lowest, the median price is as high as $87,688. Insurance costs, thus, account for merely 2% of the median price. However, given a high median price, this low insurance percentage does not signify any savings in the long ...

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Drastic increase in insurance expenditure in Delaware between 1989 and 2010

The average expenditure on auto insurance in Delaware went up from $574.04 to $1030.98 in the 21 years from 1989 to 2010. That rise of 79.6 percent is among the highest increases in the country. In contrast, the countrywide average went up by 43.3 percent. Given that auto insurance in Delaware was already more than the countrywide average ($551.95 in 1989) this high growth rate has only widened the gap. In fact, Delaware went from being the 15th most expensive state for auto insurance to the 6th most expensive.

The Consumer Federation of America found that states that had stronger insurance regulation achieved greater success in keeping rates low. For instance, states that had a Prior Approval (PA) system (where insurers are required to file premium rates changes for the state to approve before they could be implemented in the market) had the ...

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Nissan Murano: a journey through its insurance costs in the United States

The Nissan Murano has been in the American markets since 2002 as a mid-size crossover. It has also been a very popular car in the used car market. The Murano is available for a median price of $9,998 in Rhode Island, the lowest median price in the country. It is the most expensive in Wyoming, where its median price is $25,841.

Iowa is one of the cheapest states in terms of insurance costs. With an annual average insurance rate of $908, it is very affordable to buy auto insurance for the Murano in Iowa. However, the median price of the Murano is $24,995 in Iowa, one of the highest median prices in the country.

Maine is the most affordable state to insure the Murano. The average annual insurance rate here is $859. The median price in Maine is $22,500. The cost of insurance is, thus, 3 ...

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States with the best insurance deals for an Audi Q7

The Audi Q7 was first launched in 2005 and is a predecessor to the Audi Q5 and Audi Q3. As with the Q3, this too is a large car with comfortable space inside.

It can seat around seven passengers comfortably. The Audi Q7 is in the same league as high end cars such as the Porsche Cayenne and the Volkswagen Touareg.  The car is safe to drive, and even comes with an alarm and an immobilizer for added protection. It also comes with safety air bags, and has received five stars in the United States from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

There are advanced safety features and a warning system along with the blind-spot detection system.

Shopping for the right insurance for your Audi Q7 can be an overwhelming experience. Premiums are usually high for such cars. While the average annual insurance is $2,771 in Michigan, it is ...

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Collision coverage for 4-door cars costs more than average compared to other cars

Collision coverage and comprehensive coverage are two types of auto insurance that cover physical damage to your vehicle. They are normally purchased in addition to mandatory insurance which usually cover only liability or uninsured motorists depending on the state.


Insurance companies pay close attention to two factors when determining your premium rates for collision coverage: claim frequency and their loss per claim. A low claim frequency means a lower premium rate and the same applies to loss per claim. If you own are 4-door car, or are planning to buy one, here are a few things to keep in mind while purchasing collision coverage for your vehicle.


Only very large 4-door cars have a relative claim frequency of less than the average 100 (where 100 represents the relative claim frequency for cars of all sizes and models). In other words, all 4-door cars, except very large ones, file more claims ...

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