Taking advantage of its extensive claims data, State Farm has implemented its annual auto insurance ratings for specific makes and models of vehicles.
Select a make to see a list of the collision damage indexes (CDI), damage and theft indexes (DTIs), vehicle safety discounts (VSDs) and liability rating indexes (LRIs). You’ll be able to see how a particular make, model, and style of car will affect costs. An “A” means the most savings, while an “E” means you’ll probably pay more for this particular premium.
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You would have to be an idiot not to know what’s going to cost extra to insure, but there were some surprises, even for me!
Where’s your machine stack up? See the link below.
(These automobile ratings are for most 2009–2012 makes and models).
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