Anyways for insurance in Canada, it's house insurance that's gone crazy expensive, because of the housing bubble.
My deductible on my house insurance is like 2 grand. In my neighbourhood, there is a Corvette C7 and a VW Type R within the square of my house. Not sure what is happening in this world. Money and no brains as far as I can see... who buys a 40 grand hatchback anyways.
I will also say that my Mirage's insurance and my Escort's insurance.. are were apples to oranges, old cars are cheaper to insure. But they are also not as safe?
Insurance is a big scam as far as I am concerned.
Last edited by dspace9; 03-13-2020 at 05:20 AM.
View my fuel log 214 Mirage ES 1.2 manual: 39.8 mpg (US) ... 16.9 km/L ... 5.9 L/100 km ... 47.8 mpg (Imp)
I'm interested in hearing other's experience with USAA. I've heard their rates are unbeatable, but I've also heard horror stories if they are involved in a claim.
I'm sure it depends on which state you're in (they have local offices in various states). I haven't had to make any claims, so I don't know personally.
View my fuel log 2017 Mirage ES 1.2 automatic: 39.6 mpg (US) ... 16.8 km/L ... 5.9 L/100 km ... 47.6 mpg (Imp)
Nerdwallet: USAA Insurance Review 2020
Members of USAA who have tried to file a claim as well as claims filed against USAA members are problematic in both detail and in numbers.
I've heard that if one qualifies for the insurance, they offer some of the lowest premiums going. According to these reviews, getting them to actually provide coverage is a difficulty.
However, US News & World Report is sweet on them.
That's why I'm curious to know who uses USAA and has had to make a claim against their policy.