Is it going to cost more money to insure a car with a turbo engine?
This car won't be used for racing, if that helps. I'm going to treat it more like a high-end luxury vehicle.
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Answered on Apr 12, 2021
Unfortunately, most car insurance companies are going to charge you more money to insure a car with a turbo engine. Some may even refuse to give you a quote.
Such vehicles are seen as risky and more likely to result in claims because they have more power and speed. This applies even if you don’t plan on racing with your car.
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