Yeah, there are so many factors. Age, driving record, vehicle, specific model of vehicle, where you live (and not just the city, but the area of the city you live in)..............the list goes on and on. You're best to just call around because any numbers here aren't really applicable.Jeff Flowerday said:You can't really compare insurance rates just because it fluxuates so much from vehicle to vehicle.
You've never had a ticket?Short Circuit said:I live in Southern Ontario and pay $180 a month for 2 minivans(1991 and 2003) and an "under $100,000" motorhome ($600 a year).
I still think I am paying too much for driving for 27 years with no tickets,no insurance claims and no accidents
...very similar to my situation. i have a 2001 toyota echo, and my driving record is top notch, plus no claims. ever.torndownunit said:$130 a month. A lot better then it used to be. That's for a 2003 Hyundai Elantra (owner and only driver).
I have had 2 accidents (b oth involving deer) and they were over 6 years ago. So I am at a 6 star rating right now as far as I know.
Never had a speeding ticket in 16 years of driving.