Well, I'm getting ripped! Ford Insure was $2300 last year for the Pursuit in a good suburb over 30 60%NCB clean record. Problem was NRMA was $2600 for some strange reason.
So, judging by the above info I'll be expecting a renewal for over $3 gorillas. No way!
BA'1.5' Pursuit 290
Lightning Strike / Reflective Orange Stripes 'General' Dog - AP's German Shepherd and Best Mate - 02Dec1998-15Dec2003.
'Pepper' Dog - General's and My Little German Shepherd Sweetie - 1996?-02Apr2006. 'Sako' Dog - My Beautiful and Pretty German Shepherd - 2001?-23Aug2006.
My sister was ringing around when she got her BA XR6...and Ford Insure were crap then, can't remember their price but it was significantly more than others. She eventually found HBA (I think...I know it was someone that didn't seem to insure cars...but actually does) and they were around high $700...for 2 people over 25 with rating 1 and no accidents. Others were up into $1200-$1400. One company even said that "No we wont insure the XR6s, they tear up the road". She didn't tell him he was an idiot and that they had the same engine as the XT, I would have.
Would you like to change your name to Homer Junior? People can call you Hoju.
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