Dodge Magnum have been sold between 2005 - 2008. The Magnum SRT8 model, with its 425 horsepower 6.1 liter is very popular "used" vehicle for young people and teen drivers. The average price of a used 2005/2006/2007/2008 Dodge Magnum can range between $380 to $2,450 dollars a year. Finding the right car insurance for teenage driver may be difficult, because they’re new to driving and face a higher risk of being involved in traffic accidents. Why did your car insurance go up and what are the best tactics to lower car insurance for your model of Dodge?
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By choosing the right insurer, you can save up to 40% when you compare car insurance rates near you. The states with the cheapest car insurance - for Dodge and similar vehicles - has average rates for this vehicle around $75, and the states with the most expensive rates are around $190 a month. You should consider the benefits of purchasing collision and comprehensive coverages! How to change insurance provider? The first step is to get a company and policy in order so you are covered after the switch.
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Dodge Magnum trim levels & configurations
|Dodge Magnum – trim levels|
|Used 2008 Dodge Magnum Wagon||2008 Dodge Magnum Wagon|
|Used 2008 Dodge Magnum SRT-8||2008 Dodge Magnum SRT-8|
|Used 2007 Dodge Magnum Wagon||2007 Dodge Magnum Wagon|
|Used 2007 Dodge Magnum SRT-8||2007 Dodge Magnum SRT-8|
|Used 2006 Dodge Magnum Wagon||Used 2005 Dodge Magnum Wagon|
|Used 2006 Dodge Magnum SRT-8|
Evaluate your risk of being in an accident.
How to find cheap auto insurance for older Dodge? The age and condition of your Magnum you are purchasing can have a huge impact on the auto insurance rates you'll pay. If you loan or lease your vehicle, insurance requirements might include comprehensive and collision coverage. But do you really need to buy both comprehensive insurance and collision insurance for your used, elderly vehicle?
Calculate both the cost of the vehicle and the cost of collision coverage to ensure if this coverage should be included in your actual policy.
Collision coverage pays for damage to your Dodge Magnum when you are hit (damaged) by another vehicle. With comprehensive coverage you'll be covered for damage from vandalism, theft, natural disasters, fire or hitting or being hit by an animal. State laws do not require collision coverage.
- Dave Jones, Commissioner
- (Chair, Western Zone)
- California Department of Insurance
- 300 Capitol Mall, Suite 1700
- Sacramento, California 95814
- Phone: 916.492.3500
- Fax: 916.445.5280
- 45 Fremont Street, 23rd Floor
- San Francisco, California 94105
- Phone: 415.538.4010
- Fax: 415.904.5889
- 300 South Spring Street
- South Tower
- Los Angeles, California 90013
- Phone: 213.346.6464
- Fax: 213.897.9051
Department of InsuranceTo request professional legal assistance with an insurance question or file an insurance-related complaint online, please visit website of licensed in your State.
Ask for better quotes - onlineThe states with the cheapest car insurance has average rates for this vehicle around $23 dollars, and the states with the most expensive rates are around $172 a month/year. The right discount can save you hundreds of dollars off your car insurance bill. Auto insurance companies in California, Dallas, Michigan, Nevada use rating factors, to determine how much to charge you for coverage. These rating factors include: the make, model and year of your Dodge, Magnum and similar vehicles.
Myths about car insuranceHow much do you pay to insure your Dodge, Magnum? Car insurance rates among states vary widely and insurance companies need to figure out if the applicant is too risky for them to insure. Auto insurance is very expensive, probably one of the most costly part of driving. How much do you pay for your policy in California, Dallas, Michigan, Nevada? 78$? More or less?
Minimum insurance requirements
The minimum amount of liability insurance you must have on your policy is:
- $15,000 for injury/death to one person.
- $30,000 for injury/death to more than one person.
- $5,000 for damage to property.