Im 18 years old i want to know if i can insure a old bmw or audi?

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  • Im 18 years old i want to know if i can insure a old bmw or audi?


Answer #1 | 21/12 2013 06:46
The insurance will cost you more than the car!
Answer #2 | 21/12 2013 08:00
Depends on how old you mean by "old". If you're talking a '99 or a '98, then no, probably not. But I bought a 1974 Mercedes SL when I was 16, and the insurance wasn't bad at all. The constant repair costs were a headache (and the reason I ended up selling it before I turned 18), but the insurance was manageable.
Answer #3 | 21/12 2013 19:18
Depends on old. If you are talking about a 2011 or 2012 model, then have fun with the insurance especially when you are only 18 years old. I would not recommend getting an Audi or BMW for a first car unless you are rich even a old one.
Answer #4 | 21/12 2013 21:41
You have to contact your insurance company or agent for accurate quotes. No one here can ball park it for you. Getting quotes from the various insurance companies is free and does not obligate you to purchase from them.
Answer #5 | 24/12 2013 01:13
It depends on how old and which year. BMW, Audi, and Mercedes had their bad years and their good years. Some years will be very problematic and others will be fairly okay. Insurance for older cars tends to be lower than new cars, but there are too many variables that insurance companies look at to give you an exact cost. Insurance shouldn't be a major problem if you have a clean driving record, it's the maintenance and repairs that's going to hurt you. Older German luxury cars will need to have parts replaced as they age. Some parts include the water pump, radiator, upper/lower control arms, ball joints, etc. Repairs can cost anywhere from $500 to several thousand dollars. Maintenance will easily run into the mid hundreds to high hundreds. For German luxury cars, if you want to avoid costly break downs, you'll need to do the maintenance.

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