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Insurance Refunds from Desjardins

ReSTored

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So, I started the thread about 4 months ago. New SUV in March with annual premium of $1,240; 2 refunds so far; $88 in June; another $42 in late July for a total of $130 or about 10%. We'll have to see if further refunds are coming.
 

Joe Bass

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My math:

Last year the SUV was $1092

Refund cheque a month or two back was a few bucks. I can't recall the exact number but under $50.

I just got my renewal, no tickets, claims or change in status other than a year older........$1240

+ $148 / 14%

Thanks

Edit: Refund was $27.40.
What SUV?
I think I'm being raped by Dejardens (sp?)
~$2000 / year for a 2005 Honda Pilot

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Iceman

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What SUV?
I think I'm being raped by Dejardens (sp?)
~$2000 / year for a 2005 Honda Pilot

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I'm paying just under 1200 per year for a 2014 Toyota venza, full coverage with Td. You're getting bent over...

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GreyGhost

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I'm paying just under 1200 per year for a 2014 Toyota venza, full coverage with Td. You're getting bent over...

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He's in Da Bridge. Not exactly known as the land of affordable insurance (nor stop signs that mean anything).
 

GreyGhost

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What SUV?
I think I'm being raped by Dejardens (sp?)
~$2000 / year for a 2005 Honda Pilot

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Ok, that is even worse than I thought. Just got renewal. We have two vehicles ~5 years old (one with replacement value insurance) and pay less than that for the pair.
 

ReSTored

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What SUV? I think I'm being raped by Dejardens (sp?) ~$2000 / year for a 2005 Honda Pilot
I was paying about $900 for my 2013 Highlander and now $1,250 for my new 2020 Kia Telluride. It's up to you to check out premiums at a few companies to ensure you're not being ripped off. It would take you about an hour to get 3 quotes and then you'll know. Where you live and your driving record has a huge impact on your premium.
 

JFD

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Why are people comparing insurance quotes based on just the car type?
 

Joe Bass

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Why are people comparing insurance quotes based on just the car type?
We're not....really.
I was just asking as a very general idea....Restored/ GG / Ice all know that they are around the same age as I with about the same record.
Although I am for sure in a more expensive location.
But when your SUV is ~$1000 cheaper than mine and it's 10-15 years newer, it tells me that I need to start to shop around.

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