On that vehicle, as it was mostly for wheelin', I had liability and comprehensive. 50k / 100k. With a 100 dollar deductible for comp. Granted, I did have other vehicles on that policy, but still, with my driving record not being perfect, it was reasonable.
I am 23 and pay about 85 a month for pretty much the best coverage you can get(ie $100 deductible, full tort whichis a pricey option, rental car) I have a 2011 rubi I could have any insurance I want bc I own it but I wouldn't even consider just liability. I don't know if the op paid cash or got a auto loan but I am pretty sure any financial leander requires full coverage.
I pay $23.21/month. Liability only. above 7 figure bodily injury, above 6 figure property damage. I do have multiple vehicles and my house insured with them, with 0 violations/accidents in the last 20 years. I use USAA.
man oh man, I pay 266 a month full coverage on my 2002 jeep tj and 2005 BMW x5 I have one crash on me
When I had the crash I totaled the ladys car with my jeep, at the time I have 1 way insurance I got nothing from my insurance but it did only cost me about 1000 to fix my jeep my self, but after that day and after I got married I have full coverage now to me money comes and goes but if I hurt some one in a crash and my insurance doesn't cover that good at least im safe from being sued.
Coverage can vary dramatically by area. My insurance coverage almost tripled just because I moved from an area west of Milwaukee, WI to the northwest burbs of Chicago. Crossing that imaginary line from WI to IL--that's all it took. Now that I've moved back to WI, my insurance went back down.
I agree with progressive. I did the snapshot program (I know people think it's big brother). I know pay $68 a month for a 2002 Honda accord, 2006 jeep tj, and a 2008 dodge caravan. That's with 2 drivers on all vehicles. $500 deductible but without rental ins (no need with 3 vehicles an 2 drivers).