Got mine yesterday. . . $25.00 for 6 months.
--- Edward Miller <email@example.com> wrote:
> That doesn't sound right to me, Robert. Mine doesn't have seat
> and my insurance is about $150 for 6 months, with pretty high
> for liability. That's less than my car. It assumes less than 5000
> miles per year, which is true: I drive about a hundred miles a day,
> I'd go broke feeding Ole Rattler at that rate. The part that really
> sounds funny is that seat belts would only affect your premium for
> personal injury protection, which isn't a big part of the premium.
> Liability is the most of the premium, and I've never heard that
> drivers were more likely to crash into somebody else. Keep looking,
> say. Oh, I almost forgot to mention, I have Farmers Ins. Co. of OR.
> Ed Miller
> '58 Apache Short Fleetside
> Falls City, OR
> (Netscape let me make a sig file, but sticks it on every outgoing
> mail I
> have. Don't want that....)
> Robert asks: Any suggestions on insurance? I will probably put more
> then 1000 miles a
> year on the truck so my local guy says it can't be a "antique" and
> regular insurance. He then went on to say that older cars without
> belts were so expensive to insure until they have been updated that
> be worth buying a second (newer) truck so that I would not put 1000
> miles on
> the ole truck.
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'52 GMC 350, 248cid
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