Well damn !
When I asked about a C3 (1981) vette, the cost for insurance was as low
as $200 a year in addition to my Passat for which I pay about $800 a
year... Seems the c3 corvette (350cc) is not considered to be a
performance car by Allstate and is a classic so the $200 is liability
only... Plus registering a c3 cost just $40..
Now for a C5 (2000) I was Quoted $1600 a year. and registration would
cost me $200.
I have a great driving record, no accidents, no claims. married, above
State regulations come into play in some locations (good driver
discounts versus zip code differences etc. -- California even allows a
discount for "persistency" whatever that is.) My experience with USAA
shows a big difference between a car that commutes and one that doesn't.
My current policy (2 drivers, 55-alive AARP certs, clean records) 500
'03 LeSabre 8000 miles per year no commute $ 520 / yr
'89 C4 Coupe 4000 miles per year no commute 440 / yr
'02 C5 Coupe 4000 miles per year no commute 504 / yr
The C4 will switch to 3 days per week of commute next January and the
rate will more than double.
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