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Old 07-26-2010, 04:23 AM   #1
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integra GSR insurance

Hey guys, Im about to get a 2000 GSR as my first car. I've had my class 7N for about a year now. I was wondering how much insurance would cost a year. How much do you guys pay for insurance if you have a integra as well. Thanks
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With 5 or 10% discount on my 98 GSR like 3 years ago I paid like $276/month with collision.
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95 gsr i pay $237 a month with collision 10% discount
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With 5 or 10% discount on my 98 GSR like 3 years ago I paid like $276/month with collision.
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You're probably gonna be paying around $285-$300 per month
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i had a 95 gsr last year with -10% and all the trimmings $296 a month
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Do yourself a favour and call any insurance place.

Quotes are free, and take like 5min tops.

Then you won't have to guess.

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290ish for my Type R.

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$125/month on my 1990 4 door integra with 43%
should be lower when i renew, i had to pay for fees coz i just return to BC from AB
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island is really cheap..
my prelude is 460 a year for basic 2m.
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Damn, and here I thought I was getting hosed at $170/mth for my 996. 43% discount.

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My rule of thumb is no collision on cars under $5k.... its not worth losing my 43% over a couple of thousand and .. well I'm never at fault
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i pay about $13xx/yr w/ 43% discount for my 95 GS-R

to/from school/work over 15km + collision/comprehensive + 1m liability
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97 gsr 240 bare minimum 40% surcharge =|
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i pay about $13xx/yr w/ 43% discount for my 95 GS-R

to/from school/work over 15km + collision/comprehensive + 1m liability
That's pretty good. I'm at 43% and pay about 1100 per year on my 92 GSR with no collision, 2M liability, and pleasure use.
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if your 92 GSR is in good condition, you can apply for a collector plate with ICBC. super cheap insurance!!
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if your 92 GSR is in good condition, you can apply for a collector plate with ICBC. super cheap insurance!!
It is in very good condition and I have considered doing that now that I have another vehicle (you can't get collector's plates unless you have another car.) But, I would need to do some things:

- Remove the JDM headlights
- Remove my window tint
- Refinish and repaint a minor scrape on the rear bumper
- Replace my CD deck with the stock radio
- My stock rims have some scrapes and I'm not sure if they could remain on the car to have it qualify for collector's status

I remember someone on here was trying to sell his mint GSR with collector's plates. I believe that his insurance was only $300-400/year?
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damn 40% surcharge ... I pity you truly
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how old dose the car have to be to get collector plates?
i have 98 gsr with stock cd player and stock rims and all that...

anything body knows what are requirements?
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98 GSR isnt a limited production car...
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A car has to be at least 15-20 years old with all OEM parts, I believe
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A car has to be at least 15-20 years old with all OEM parts, I believe
i heard that it just has to look oem
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Ive got friends with collector mustangs and they've told me they even had to have OEM an battery.
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