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Tesla Model 3 owners, how much is your monthly insurance?

Uber Suckerbrg
Dec 3

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  • Amazon / EngIAmJob
    Model 3 perf. 401/6 months

    1k deductible. 50/100/50. Uninsured 25/50
    Dec 44
    • LinkedIn Zeiwkf5
      50/100/50 is almost nothing. You are putting yourself in pretty big danger IMP
      Dec 4
    • Amazon / EngIAmJob
      What would you recommend
      Dec 4
    • LinkedIn Zeiwkf5
      Well how much do you have to lose? Let’s say you do cause an accident with 500k bodily/psychological trauma. The insurance company will throw up its arms and cut you a 100k check. You are on the hook for the rest. You can lose your house, 401k, savings etc.
      Dec 4
    • LinkedIn Zeiwkf5
      Also, the higher the coverage, the more the insurance company will fight for their money. Better lawyers on your behalf, etc.
      Dec 4
  • Deloitte / Consultant
    weirdflex

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    $498/6mo, $250 deductible on comprehensive and collision, $100k/$300k/$150k, uninsured $200k/$300k, new car replacement add on, perfect driving record

    Forgot to mention: bank and have homeowners insurance through them also. Unmarried but over 25.

    Live in ATL

    USAA
    Dec 41
    • AT&T / Eng
      DDM2K

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      TC and YOE?
      Dec 4
  • New KrFD86
    State Farm: $511/6 mo. Model 3 Performance
    Dec 34
    • New KrFD86
      $500 deductible, 100k/300/100, uninsured: 100k/300
      Dec 4
    • Google / Eng
      Really?🤨

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      Wow. I’m impressed mines 1200/6. I have 1 speeding ticket in 10 years and it just went up from 800
      Dec 4
    • New KrFD86
      I'm in Washington and have multiple lines of service with them - three cars, a house, term life insurance. That could be why. No accidents or tickets in over 20 years either. And now I've just jinxed myself.
      Dec 4
    • AT&T / Eng
      DDM2K

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      Typically with insurance points, they disappear after 3 years, or in the case of shopping for a new carrier, they do look back 5 years.

      Your driving record is a PERMANENT record, but license and insurance points do disappear after a set amount of time.
      Dec 4
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    Dec 30
  • AT&T / Eng
    DDM2K

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    FWIW, discovered that you get the “driving experience discount” after 3 years of licensure, not automatically at the age of 25.

    For me, that was 19.
    Dec 40
  • New / Eng
    hYw82bsos

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    Insurance is like 75% your driving record and age and such. The car doesn't matter near as much for price. You won't gain anything from this thread.
    Dec 40
  • Google / MgmtMyBreezy
    Should also put deductibles too. Those matter.
    Dec 30

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