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i asked my uncle, he said it could be around $ 300 for 6 months, idk if it is true or not. but are there any cheap insurance? idk, please help. if i want to buy a new tundra, how much it does it cost?. i work full time. $ 3k/month.

3 Thoughts on what is the cheapest insurance for an 18 yo first time car?
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    Common Sense
    January 5, 2013 at 1:15 am

    Try 3000, not 300.

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    StephenWeinstein
    January 5, 2013 at 2:01 am

    It is different depending on where you live. There might be somewhere in the world that you could live and pay only $ 300 for 6 months, but I do not know where. It would be more in most places. If you live in a typical place, you would have to pay thousands of dollars. It would be a different amount in each place. Since there are too many places to list the prices for everywhere that you could live, it would be better for you to post the question again and say where you live (state and ZIP code only, no street address), so that someone can give a reasonable estimate for that places..

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    Bash Limpbutt's Oozing Cyst©
    January 5, 2013 at 2:37 am

    I’m 58, live in a small city in the Midwest with very low insurance rates, and have not had a chargeable accident or moving violation since November of 1976. I could not get full coverage on a new Tundra for $ 300 for 6 months. It would not be much more than $ 300 but it would be more.

    An 18-year-old is in the highest risk category especially if you are a male. That translates into MUCH higher insurance rates. The actual rate will vary based upon many factors so any number than anyone throws out here will be purely a wildassed guess. It would certainly be cheaper in Neosho, Missouri than it would be in LA or Boston but it would still be much more than I’d pay.

    Call local insurance agents and companies for quotes and check the various on-line resources such as GEICO, Progressive, etc.. That’s the ONLY way to get a realistic idea of what you are looking at. The cheapest insurance will likely be on your parents’ policy if you still live at home or are attending school away from home.

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