How much would you pay for a new applicant in Progressive Car Insurance?
The pay needed for new applicants that have signed on with Progressive Car Insurance, or known as Progressive Auto Insurance varies greatly depending on one's situation and reliability.
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Answer . \nThis will depend on the car you drive and the coverage you select, where you live, male or female, grades in school, driver training, and the company you choose to provide your insurance. You need to do some comparison shopping.
depends where could be from 100-300 depending on where you live, that's just minimum insurance though
There are many factors that determine the rates for car insurance. Far too many to spell out for anyone. Males pay a little more than females. Males reach a full adult rate usually at the age of 30 if single and 25 if married. Females reach the lowest adult rate at the age of 25 if single and at any… age if they are married. Different companies have slightly different rating systems so this is not the same for all companies. Teens usually have their rates go down at 20 or 21 and can get substantial discounts if they are students with a B average (3.0) or if they have taken a 40 hour certified drivers training class. 16-18 year old males rates are the highest and are about 3 to 3.5 times the adult rate and they reduce at different points. The foregoing provides some general guidance that applies in many cases. However, there are other factors that have to be condiered. Some of them include the following: 1. The State in which you live. By and large, insurance rates, from which premiums derive, are regulated by the State(s) in which an insurance company transacts business. The insurance regulatory authority generally takes the position that a rate (the cost of a unit of insurance) may not be excessive, inadequate or unreasonablu discriminatory. This means that the insurance company may not reap a windfall profit, but likewise, it must charge enough to have enough money on hand to pay anticipated claims. "Unreasonably discriminatory" refers to the requirement that risks of a similar type have to be treated similarly. 2. All insurance companies have to have underwriting guidelines that are approved by the regulator. These are the metes and bounds of what they will insure and what they will not. They do not dictate premiums, but they have a bearing because the guidlines may provide that a risk will be insured at a higher, or lower rate than another one. 3. Auto insurance also has different elements: the main ones are liability, collision, no-fault coverage (although the latter may be called something else in some States, and uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage. Although no-fault coveraage is generally a required first-party coverage (it pays a portion of the insured's own medical bills and lost wages), it is pretty standard so the premiums vary less than other coverages. Collision coverage pays for physical damage to one's own car. Unless there is a lien outstanding on the car, the insured can opt to buy it or not. If purchased, it can be bought with various deductibles--the higher the deductible, generally, the lower the premium. Uninsured motorist coverage is a type of first-party insurance. It comes into play if you were in a collision with a person that did not have liability insurance. The coverage applies to bodily injuries that you sustain from the collision and compensates you for them in much the same way as the other person's liability insurance would have if he/she had it. The cost of it depends upon how much you buy. Generally, your insurer has to offer it to you in an amount that is the same as your liability coverage. You may buy more, less, or reject it altogether. (MORE)
Answer . Can't see what purpose this would serve - diesel fuel is used for the same purpose as gasoline in a vehicle, to make it go. Please be more specific with the question.
A 17 year old will pay around 150 to 200 dollars if they are a maleand around 100 to 125 dollars if they are a female. They willusually have to be added to their parent's policy.
Typically a first time driver will pay a significant amount more incar insurance. This can be anywhere from $200 to $300.
What if you get in a wreck but have failed to pay the insurance the past month the car is new and has gap insurance but the insurance is inactive because of failure to pay?
Your Not covered for anything at all.. If the auto insurance is inactive, then so is the GAP coverage.. "GAP Insurance" is Not "Auto Insurance", it is Finance Company Insurance. it will only pay the difference after your required Auto Insurance policy has paid it's maximum limits.. If your auto i…nsurance lapsed, then your GAP insurance has also lapsed automatically and concurrently.. The GAP Insurance is Void in the absense of an auto insurance policy.. Your on the hook for all monies owed to all parties involved with your finance note.. Take Care (MORE)
If you have full coverage they will pay for it. They will pay you what they feel the car was worth and NOT the KBB...i know this, cause the good people at State Farm felt my car was worth a good 3500 less than the KBB and paid me that.
The difference in premium could be negligible to a great deal. As likely as not, the increase would be substantial because the risk factors that determine premiums are greater for a new driver. The precise amount is not possible to state. This is because rates (from which premiums are derived) ar…e dependent upon numerous factors, including: 1. The make and model of the car involved; 2. The insurer involved; 3. The driving history, if any, of the new driver (such as past tickets or collisions); 4. Where the vehicle is primarily garaged; 5. The number of miles driven; 6. Whether the vehicle is used mostly for business or pleasure; 7. The age of the vehicle; 8. What coverages are obtained and related deductibles. (MORE)
The full coverage of the old car isapproximately $60 to $100. It gonna be cheaper if you negated withthem. New car is approximately $150 to $200.
its depends on what you choose to have on insurance. me and my brother 21 and 19 pay 800$ a year for 2 bikes. but we took no dedction on anything. with everything else it comes out like 8,000 ish. go to allstate or geico site and see your own quote
That depends on many factors. Where you live, your age, what type of car, the amount of coverage, your driving record, etc.
I dunno who he is, but he is super cute! Please someone find out! John Jenkinson plays the new character in the Progressive ads.
Actually the easiest way to do it is with an online quote. Just start by putting your zip code in and it guides you by asking you simple questions about your car. It fills out the form for you making it really easy. I have added a related link to Best Car Insurance Rate below for easy access.
Well I you have a loan you have to have full coverage on your vehicle, also it depends on your driving record as well as your age, how many cars you have and if your married and how many drivers there will be on the car. Your best bet is to call around and get rates from differant insurance companys…. (MORE)
It depends on your Age, Driving Record, Your Zip Code or Region, Personal Credit Rating and the vehicle type. I recommend you this site where you can compare quotes from different companies: mycheapinsurance.net
I have my car listed as recreational and i pay 55 a month. I'm 16 and have a 97 trans am with a v8
too much and it varys esspecially if you have a v8 or somthing and they look at your driving record
more than a thousand and less than two thousand a year with good grades and a clean record.
Answer Assuming it was in benefit etc. the allowed amount would be around $5k. The insurance would pay everything after applicable copays, deductibles, and your portion of the coinsurance.
Not in Florida. Even if you own it outright you must insure it with Florida Insurance. You need to insure it only if you intend to keep it or use on a public road. But you MUST insure it to drive it off the lot to get it home. If, however, the vehicle is brought by a delivery company to site to be …solely used or put in storage on private land or is being prepared for export on private land; as it has not been used on the road, no road insurance is required. There are 'barn finds' turning up all the time, they are not insured either. In the UK the rules are slightly different in that a vehicle cannot be used on a public road without displaying a valid road fund licence. A prerequisite of obtaining a road fund licence is to have at least third party insurance for the vehicle. If the vehicle is to be 'laid-up' for any reason, a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN) is sent by the vehicle keeper to the licencing office. That obviates the need for the vehicle to be insured. (MORE)
In New Zealand if an uninsured drivers car is hit by an insured drivercar will the insured drivers insurance still pay for the damages to the uninsured car?
In most cases if you are fully insured then your insurance will pay for the uninsured driver's car. However if it is only a third party insurance then most likely you have no cover if it is your fault. However it depends on the insurance company and the policy that you signed.
usually somewhere between 100$- 300$ a month maybe more or less depending on the company and what package you choose, also if you have had recent accidents or have not passed a drivers ed class then your rates will be higher.
Nancy has a 100 deductible on her comprehensive insurance policy If her car repairs total 750.50 how much would her insurance company pay on the repair of her car?
All other things being equal, if the loss comes under the comprehensive coverage of her policy, and is not otherwise excluded, the insurer would pay $650.50; she would be required to pay $100. Keep in mind that comprehensive deductibles and collision deductibles are sometimes different. Therefore, i…t is important to be sure of which coverage is involved. Glass claims are usually covered under the comprehensive coverage. Many States have statutes that prohibit insurers from applying the policy deductible to the repair or replacement of a windshield if that is what is involved. Therefore, the law of the State should be consulted. (MORE)
Your insurance can vary based on quite a few variables, not just the fact that it is new.
No. They will give you the money for the value of the vehicle and then you are on your own. However, check with your state's Department of Insurance. You might have recourse against the insurance company if you are unable to find a comparable vehicle with the amount they gave you.
The answer depends upon the type of insurance involved. 1. Property damage coverage (such as auto and homeowners) have deductibles. A deductible is the amount of money that the insured has to pay toward the cost of repair or replacement before the insurer's liability to pay is triggered. The deduct…ible is specified in the insurance policy. It is also one of the factors that you, the insured, select when application for the policy is made. In general, the greater the deductible, the lower the premium. 2. Health insurance coverage usually also specifies a deductible. This works in essentially the same way as described above. However, heath insurance usually also specifies a "copayment". This is the percentage of every covered expense for which you, the insured are personally liable. Stated otherwise, if the policy has a 20% copayment, the insured pays 20% of the covered expense and the insurer pays the remaining 80%. (MORE)
That depends on what insurance you have. In most states the workers comp plan would pay for the injury. If you have disability and can not work it will pay based on the policy provisions. Other than that, nothing.
Car insurance rates vary widely depending on your driving record, age, credit score, length of time you have had insurance, and location. It's hard to say what the average is with so may variables per person.
Progressive insurance offers a service where they will pull up the results and compare several different companies, giving you quotes from all of them, and then you pick the best option.
No, unfortunately Progressive is not available in Canada. They do have many agents throughout the US. You can call the Customer Service department at 1-800-776-4737.
Progressive car insurance is a car insurance company that is available nationwide in the United States. You can purchase the insurance directly from their website.
Progressive Car Insurance is an insurance company that claims to have low, competitive insurance rates. They offer free quotes and other types of insurance as well, such as homeowners insurance and RV insurance.
Depends on value of the car, where it is located, driver's age, experience, driving record, and in some cases, grades in school for a student. Too many variables to give a single answer. It could be $50 or $500 a month.
It depends on the location where you live. Other factors, such as type of car, grades and whether you have other types of insurance with the company may make a difference. Generally, a boy would pay in the ballpark of $200 per month.
There is no average cost for any age groups auto insurance. There are far too many factors that go into the calculation of auto insurance premiums to randomly come up with the numbers. In addition to the age of the driver, you have marital status, good student discounts, driver education discounts, …make, model, year, of vehicle, discounts and surcharges for type of vehicle, coverage limits, multi-car discount, use of the vehicle, distance driven daily, physical damage deductibles, and many other factors that have to do with the price. And that is just the car insurance. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_average_cost_for_a_17_year_olds_car_insurance#ixzz1ywCynMf2 (MORE)
This kind of question is impossible to answer correctly. There are far too many variables that go into the calculations of rating an auto insurance policy. One company I deal with has 44 classes just to classify each driver. Other variables include vehicle, tickets, accidents, claims, prior insuranc…e coverage, married or single, multi-car discount, claim-free discount, zip code territory, credit rating, miles to work, account credit, etc, etc, etc. There are far too many factors to consider to estimate insurance or give someone an average. (MORE)
It depends entirely on what kind of car it is, and the driver's "reputation". Young males driving a new Camaro can expect to pay more than young males driving a Buick Regal. Auto insurance premiums are all about risk assessment. Certain cars and certain ages of cars are statistically associated w…ith greater or lesser risk of accident. Certain kinds of drivers (gender, driving record, age, etc.) are statistically associated with greater or lesser risk of accident. The only way to really know how much you would pay is to ask for a quote from an insurance company on the specific car and the driver who would use it most. (MORE)
Depends on sticker price of the vehicle, the interest rate on yourloan, and how many months the payment period for your loan is.
That depends on whether you are responsible for an accident and how bad it is. For example, if you hit someone with your vehicle and you are without insurance, you would have to pay for all their medical expenses which could run into the thousands. If you cause a severe disability, you could be pay…ing for the rest of your life to satisfy the judgement against you. Say goodbye to owning a home or a car or anything else of value. The lawyers for the victim will strip you bare and pull the gold fillings from your mouth. So, is it really worth it to drive without insurance? (MORE)
The rates for new drivers with Progressive Insurance depend on the client. If the client is a teenager, its insurance rates are more likely to be higher due to their inexperience driving.
That depends on a number of variables, including: . Amount of the deductible . Value of the vehicle . Amount of coverage . Age of the person(s) driving the vehicle . Your own driving record
If the truck is a pickup that is used just for personal use and not in any business it can be insured just like any other vehicle on your personal auto policy. If it is over a 3/4 ton truck then it probably will have to be insured on a commercial policy. Talk with your agent about this issue if you …have a larger pickup to pull a camper or the like. (MORE)
The Progressive Car Insurance headquarters is in Mayfield Village, Ohio. The office is specifically located at 6300 Wilson Mills Road. For mailing purposes, the zip code is 44143.
Lot's I hope. I don't think you should have a drivers license or be allowed to drive at all with two dui charges. I assume you mean within a short time period. Please clean up your act or stay out of a vehicle.
The reader should visit the company website for great deals, along with other quotes from other auto insurance companies. And from there make the decisions on which company to choose.
The best imported car insurance on a new vehicle would definitely be from a company like State Farm or Allstate Insurance Company. Reputable companies.
The name of Progressive car insurance lady is Flo. Flo is a fictional character who appears in Progressive's commercials and played by the actress and comedian Stephanie Courtney.
A new Cadillac SRX car price starts from $37,159 to $50,273.The price varies depending on what accessory's are fitted like custom paintwork or sunroof added etc.
Will progressive insurance pay for your car damage that was caused while your car was parked legally in your apartment parking lot if the driver of the car did not have insurance but the person who ha?
You didn't complete your question so I will try to answer it as best I can. Any policy no matter what company it is will be the same if you have the same coverage. If the other party had no insurance on the vehicle then your uninsured motorist coverage will pay for your damage just as if they had co…verage up to you limit of UM coverage. If the other person was using someone else's car and the car owner had coverage then his insurance will pay for the damages. Liability coverage follows the car generally. If your UM coverage has to pay for the damages, they will go after the car owner and the driver for reimbursement of the loss. (MORE)