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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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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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Premium surcharges not communicated during sale.

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Constant Service from agent after sale.

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

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Auto insurance rates in Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta is the capital and the most populous city of the state of Georgia. The average auto insurance rates in Atlanta have witnessed a 157% increase from $700 in 2009 to $1,800 in 2013. Atlanta’s insurance rates are now below the state average of $2,200, but above the national average, of $1496. Atlanta is one of the most expensive auto insurance cities in Georgia. To be able to afford a car in Atlanta, you need to earn a monthly income between $3,350 and $34,960.

Atlanta’s auto insurance rates, at $1800, are lower than the state average, though a drunk driving conviction can shoot them up to $2200. Most car insurance companies will keep your premium rates high for at least three years after your first drunk driving conviction.

The average comprehensive coverage rates in Atlanta would cost $271, while the state average is $330 ...

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The best and worst states to buy and insure Nissan Armada

In case you are planning to buy an SUV in the US, the Nissan Armada is one of the best options available in the market. This full-size SUV is the most expensive Nissan model (considering both the price as well as insurance costs) among 14 Nissan models. The median price of the Nissan Armada is $50090 higher than median of 215 cars of different makes and models. The average cost of insurance of the Nissan Armada for a period of 5 years is $7155. Of all the full-size SUVs, the Nissan Armada is the third most expensive to insure. On the other hand, of all the full-size SUVs, the Armada is the fourth least expensive, considering its Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). The Nissan Armada is thus, one of the most affordable cars in its segment to buy, but extremely expensive to insure.

The median price of the Nissan ...

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How much to insure a CR-Z?

The Honda CR-Z is a sport compact car by Japanese manufacturer Honda. It is available as a 3-door hatchback, and has a hybrid electric engine that has been known to be one of the least polluting vehicles available in the United States.

Buying a used Honda CR-Z would be considered good value for your money if you buy it in Maine, where the median price of the car is $14,000 and the average annual insurance rate is $869. In New Hampshire, you would have to pay an average annual rate of $982 to insure a CR-Z. In Idaho, this figure stands at $992.

In Ohio, Indiana, and Nevada you would have to pay an insurance average between $1100 and $1200. In Wisconsin, Oregon, Tennessee, Colorado, Minnesota, Illinois, South Carolina, Washington, and Arkansas, you would have to pay between $1200 and $1300 to insure your CR-Z on an annual basis ...

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Collision coverage for Midsize Luxury SUVs slightly higher than average

When buying or renewing auto insurance it helps to keep in mind the various factors that determine your premiums. Factors such as your previous driving record, ZIP code, years of driving experience all determine your basic auto insurance premium. Most insurance companies offer extended coverage that goes beyond the minimum required by law, such as collision coverage.

Collision coverage will come in handy in case you are involved in a crash that resulted in damage to your car. The type of car that you drive is a major factor that insurers take into account when determining the premium for collision coverage. Insurers look at frequency of claims and claim severity for various models of cars before determining the premium for collision coverage. They also look at how much it costs them, on average, to fix a particular kind of car, say midsize luxury SUVs such as a Volvo XC90, An ...

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How much does insuring a used Kia Forte cost?

The South Korean automobile manufacturer Kia Motors launched the Kia Forte mid-2008 to replace the Kia Cerato. The 2014 Forte has gained the approval of auto critics for addressing consumer grievances against the previous Forte models, making the Forte a formidable contender in the compact car market.

On an average, Americans pay $1,336 to insure a used Kia Forte on an annual basis. The median price of this car ranges from $11,992 in Minnesota to $17,995 in Hawaii. The insurance percentage (the median price of a car when compared to its average annual insurance) is the least in Maine (5%) and the highest in Michigan (19%).

The insurance for a used Kia Forte costs the least in Maine, with an average annual insurance rate of $845, which is 5% of the median price ($15,900). This comes as no surprise, considering the fact that the state of ...

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Top selling used cars data shows that insurance average is inversely proportional to median price in Washington

The average insurance premium of used cars in the state of Washington is $1226 per annum. The data analysis below will compare insurance average and median prices of different car models in two cities of Washington- Seattle and Spokane, the largest and second largest city of the state, respectively.

Please note that the used car models belong to the year range of 2005 to 2012.

It can be noted here that Seattle’s average insurance premium ($ 1256) is higher than Washington’s average insurance premium. Spokane’s average insurance premium is $ 1014 per annum.

In Seattle, the Nissan Altima, a mid-size car, has the highest insurance average ($ 1285) of all the eight car models but also has the lowest median price ($ 12995) overall. In Spokane the same car model has an insurance average of $ 1037 and has a median price of $ 16997.

Comparing the three models by the car manufacturer ...

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