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Old 08-30-2008, 09:59 PM   #29
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Apparently if I take drivers ed at my school, and I will, It will drasticly lower insurance rates for me.
Yeah I did that, and I get a discount for good grades, and I have never gotten a ticket or anything, and the insurance is still insane (thankfully I don't have to pay it yet, but still. So yes every little thing helps, but the initial rate is so extreme that nothing you can do can really soften it much:(
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Old 08-30-2008, 10:02 PM   #30
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Apparently if I take drivers ed at my school, and I will, It will drasticly lower insurance rates for me.
Hm. That doesn't sound right. Driver's Ed is required for the permit, which is a precursor to your license, I can't see something that is required lowering insurance rates, unless you have it confused with Defensive driving, which will lower insurance rates, if you are NOT taking it for a ticket.
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Old 08-30-2008, 10:05 PM   #31
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Old 08-30-2008, 10:19 PM   #32
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Old 08-30-2008, 10:20 PM   #33
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Apparently if I take drivers ed at my school, and I will, It will drasticly lower insurance rates for me.
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Hm. That doesn't sound right. Driver's Ed is required for the permit, which is a precursor to your license, I can't see something that is required lowering insurance rates, unless you have it confused with Defensive driving, which will lower insurance rates, if you are NOT taking it for a ticket.
Different state, could be true
Either way insurance WILL cost more for the V8, even for the 25+, which is when your (male) insurance should drop by +/- 40%...
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Old 08-30-2008, 10:25 PM   #34
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Hm. That doesn't sound right. Driver's Ed is required for the permit, which is a precursor to your license, I can't see something that is required lowering insurance rates, unless you have it confused with Defensive driving, which will lower insurance rates, if you are NOT taking it for a ticket.
You don't need a permit in NH, you just take drivers ed, learn then go fo yo liscense.
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Old 08-30-2008, 10:28 PM   #35
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Hm. That doesn't sound right. Driver's Ed is required for the permit, which is a precursor to your license, I can't see something that is required lowering insurance rates, unless you have it confused with Defensive driving, which will lower insurance rates, if you are NOT taking it for a ticket.
Well my driver's ed. class gave me a discount that would take effect 6 months after I started driving and last for 6 months IF I did not get in any accidents or get any tickets. But this discount was minimal, taking off like $20 a month (for 6 months, so it was a pretty good deal but still nothing major). I forget the discount for having all A's, but it was even less than the other.
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Different state, could be true
Either way insurance WILL cost more for the V8, even for the 25+, which is when your (male) insurance should drop by +/- 40%...
Could be a different state, hadn't thought of that. But yeah, the v8 insurance will be pretty hefty for pretty much everyone (that is a male) under 25 because apparently we are more likely to get in a wreck than all of those insane teenage girls driving around talking on their cell phones and putting makeup on at stoplights... on that one imo.. lol
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You don't need a permit in NH, you just take drivers ed, learn then go fo yo liscense.
Ah, in TX we have to drive with a permit for at least six months after completion of d ed before we are eligible for a liscence, if I remember correctly.
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Ah, in TX we have to drive with a permit for at least six months after completion of d ed before we are eligible for a liscence, if I remember correctly.
Yeah, 6 months at 16, 3 months at 17, and you can get your license right after drivers ed at 18.
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Old 08-30-2008, 10:31 PM   #39
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You don't need a permit in NH, you just take drivers ed, learn then go fo yo liscense.
Youre effin kidding me i had to get 50 hours
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Could be a different state, hadn't thought of that. But yeah, the v8 insurance will be pretty hefty for pretty much everyone (that is a male) under 25 because apparently we are more likely to get in a wreck than all of those insane teenage girls driving around talking on their cell phones and putting makeup on at stoplights... on that one imo.. lol
Lol, that is true.
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Hm. That doesn't sound right. Driver's Ed is required for the permit, which is a precursor to your license, I can't see something that is required lowering insurance rates, unless you have it confused with Defensive driving, which will lower insurance rates, if you are NOT taking it for a ticket.
In Ohio, you get your temporary at 15.5 years, license at 16 years with driver's ed OR license at 18 years WITHOUT driver's ed. A lot of people, including myself, are just going for 18. Driver's ed is a total waste of money IMO.
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