GEICO know's what a hellcat is now lol

Discussion in 'SRT Hellcat General Discussions' started by CubeMan, Oct 29, 2015.

  1. CubeMan

    CubeMan Tri-State Overlord

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    Premium more then doubled. Nearly $600 a month for my Charger SRT & Hellcat at age 21.

    Get ready for some sticker shock as policys renew
     
  2. Tammie

    Tammie SRT Hellcat Moderator Staff Member Gold Supporting Member

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    Crappers! I added a 16 year old to my policy and her new Dodge Dart and my insurance went up $86.00 a month. I signed an agreement that no one under 25 would drive my Hellcat. I sure hope they don't increase my insurance upon renewal in February. Ugh!
     
  3. DGatzby

    DGatzby Gold Member Hellcat Car Club HCC Charter Member Midwest Regional Pres.

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    You sure the reason is you are 21 and not 60?
     
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    Confuzed2 Silver Member

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    Time to look around.....but you're right, all the insurers seem to know what they are now. I had the lizard insurance for almost 20 years....back when they were actually a "Government Employee Insurance Company".... but they kept jacking my rates up little by little every month for no apparent reason. And that was BEFORE I got the Hellcat, so no way I could see myself staying with them any longer. Got tired of paying for their commercials..

    Once I found another insurer that saved me 300 a year, and I went to cancel the lizard insurance, they were suddenly interested in saving me money and giving me the same coverage....I told them that if they were doing that all along I wouldn't be dropping them.

    And it's rough being 21 with insurance companies....you can have a great driving record and they still rip you off.
     
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    Dragon Gold Member

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    oops
     
  6. owenspackman

    owenspackman BritishCat

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    the same happened to me, not nearly as high as you. 31 years old, my 2 cars went from $108/month to $187/month
     
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    BD2DBONE Silver Member

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    definitely take an online defensive driving class. That will save you nearly 10%.
     
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    bolivarshagnasty Gold Member

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    Does someone offer a smokey burnout class, or a drifting in the parking lot class? We probably need that too.:D:D:D
     
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    I am scared. I have Geico and gave them the VIN only when I bought my hellcat. Insurance was cheap, $600 for six months with my 2008 Tundra. In July, I had an accident in the Tundra, which they attributed to me. I replaced the Tundra with an SRT8 magnum. I am going to get owned at renewal.
     
  10. Davbo

    Davbo Senior Hellcat Member

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    I have Geico and my rate went up only $130 when I replaced my 2012 SRT8 with the Hellcat. I'm old though...
     
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    Ponycarkilla Silver Member

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  12. bolivarshagnasty

    bolivarshagnasty Gold Member

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    Farm Bureau Tennessee at 846 per year for my Hellcat. One of the FEW advantages of being old. LOL
     
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    bugeye1959 Hellcat Member

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    Changed to Farm Bureau from USAA. Saved $700 a year on my three cars.
     
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    Dude I am right there with you, but there is help. Now I'm 27 with a clean record BUT I also had geico before on my mazda6 and paid $110 for full coverage. ($100 comp/$1000 coll). When I gave them the 16 vin they wanted $300! I called around and state farm, for the same coverage, is only $140. Call every single insurance company that exists. There HAS to be one cheaper for you.
     

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