Is $70 a good price for full coverage on a Ford Mustang?
I was looking to lower the full-coverage rate on my sports car, which is currently at $225 a month. When I researched some quotes, I found full coverage for $70 from Progressive. It sounds too good to be true. Am I missing something?
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Answered on Apr 16, 2021
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“Oddly enough, $225 is a fair price for full-coverage insurance on a sports car like a Mustang. That said, $70 seems too good to be true for full coverage, even from a reputable company such as Progressive.
It may be that this is just the liability insurance portion of the quote, or maybe the deductible is thousands of dollars. Before you switch your policy, you might want to make a call to Progressive to make sure that $70 is the correct rate.”
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