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Where to find cheap car insurances and allows for monthly payment?
Where to find cheap car insurances and allows for monthly payment? I’m seeking for a real cheap car insurances that allows me to go for monthly payment. any one out there who has any answer, pls reoky to me asap, its really Urgent. thanks, guys…
NTUC..they have instalment basis..
Monthly car insurance?
I need to find the cheapest car insurance for one month of coverage. I am working to get my car re-registered after being salvaged, so I don’t have a lot of money to spend on car insurance this month. Since I live in CA and need to drive the car to get inspected, it needs insurance. All of the places I’ve checked have monthly rates, but I have to put a lot down and I can’t afford it. Please advise.
You should go to http://u76.org/qc4 and see the different quotes you can get. Its reallly easy to use and got me the best price and i saved about 350 dollars.
can i pay monthly car insurance instead of anual car insurance?
in edmonton and vancouver
i want to get a motorcycle and a car. can i drive the car during winter and pay for like 5 months insurance and then switch to a motorcycle and pay 7 months insurance on the motorcycle and switch back and forth?
i know the insurance in edmonton costs a lot more, its a lot cheaper in vancouver. can i buy monthly insurance in both cities?
If you’re permanent residence is not in Vancouver then you cannot apply for insurance claiming Vancouver as your principal residence and then use the vehicle in Edmonton unless you’re territory is “Out-of province” with ICBC. If it is then I doubt ICBC will be cheaper than the insurers in Alberta since Out-of-province territory is the most expensive territory. If it’s not rated as an Out-of-Province territory then your insurance won’t be worth the paper it’s written on since ICBC would deny any claim since you gave false information. Plus if you were to do this you would start being fined in Alberta for having an improperly registered vehicle since any vehicle that is going to be in the province for more than 30 days must be registered in Alberta (the same applies in BC and pretty much every province in Canada).
If you wish to pay monthly with ICBC then you need to take out a six month or annual policy. Then you can pay the premiums monthly. You can take out a 7 month policy and a 5 month policy with ICBC, however you cannot pay monthly. However the vehicle and the motorcycle will need two separate since they have two separate plates.
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