Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by OneGlanceMan, Nov 4, 2020.
Yea, who be this? Lol
Let's be honest, most of the OG members no longer drive Suabrus... if we even still own one.
Still driving my '06 Impreza. And recently bought the wife a '18 Outback.
I’m on number 5(which happens to have the least amount of horsies). Daily drive it all year. Won’t probably drive anything else.
There has to be a few of us Chris.
Still own a Subaru. It's my wife's Forester, which got 4k miles on it in 2019 and less than 2k so far in 2020. Combined with my truck we've probably put on less than 10k combined this year in total driving.
It would be more of a silver lining if auto insurance was prorated based on mileage driven.
Who do you go through? State Farm does.
I'm with Progressive right now for car insurance. I was with Cincinnati when I got the Q50 and my rates were going to go up (not total, additional) $900 per year over what it was for what I was driving. Because of the age of our house roof my choices of insurer were few. I use an independent agent that deals with a dozen companies. We're paying $523 per year for my car and $327 for my wife's Ford. It's not too bad. I think Progressive gave us a whole $14 credit on each car for decreased driving due to COVID.
Yep, Auto Owners gave me a credit this summer for several months because everyone is driving less (not me...). I think it was only $10/mo, but it's something.