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1200 a year for insurance. If this is for the Supra then thats not a bad deal at all. My advice - stick with an econobox til you're old and mature enough. Then the insurance will go down, on the other hand you can save up - $100/month and you'll be sorted. Part time job will see you through.The trick is to find a car that is fast and flies under the insurance radar. The biggest NO-NO is a car with no back seat this will cause the insurance to go sky high. so....1200 a year for insurance. andThe trick is to find a car that is fast and flies under the insurance
radar. The biggest NO-NO is a car with no back seat this will cause the
insurance to go sky high. Things that help lower insurance but do not
effect speed as much are: 4 doors, do not opt for the top HP engine,
automatic, etc.....Big by UK standards...anything less than a 5.0L V8 isn't exactly big IMO.Wait...what? ThatÂ´s not expensive at all. When I was about to take over a
lease, I couldnÂ´t do it simply because of the insurance...they wanted like
$300 a month.To me, no. 5.3 is decent, 5.7 good. 6.0 and up, awesome. :thumbs: It's personal preference but most V8's or anything over like 4 liters I
consider big.ya mabey. idk how the economey is over there but all the people i know that
are teens with like an rx-8 and stuff have there parents pay for it. not m
style to bum off mom and dad but hey...what ever works for themwow. ya thats worse but i hardly make $100 a pay check and i live in sioux
falls so things might be cheaper here. mabeyFirst, Making $100.00/check might not get you a "good" alarm (or at least
you shouldn't be wasting your $$ on something that is insureable).Lameâ€¦my future of getting a nice car seems to go down hillâ€¦. my only
other options are to wait tell im in my 30s if I can even afford it
thenâ€¦or ask my parents and well im not the kind of teen to turn to mommy
and daddy for moneyâ€¦I like to work for what I keepâ€¦. people tend to
respect things more when they have to work for itâ€¦anywayâ€¦. thanks for
your help guysSatty101Satty101OMG Insurance @ Car ForumsOMG InsuranceZERO-ZULUIf this is for the Supra then thats not a bad deal at all.I have a feeling insurance is generally much cheaper in the US than it is
in the UK, hence why all the youngsters there have big motors in their
cars...I think.A bit exaggerated me thinks, lol....
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omg thats paleo? paperback
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omg is anybody watching dateline?
What network? It must come on later, out here on the west coast. UFOs like they used to?
OCD Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.I looked for the story on their website but it just has OCD.
Phil Catlett has a problem. He collects just about everything - most of it worthless junk. It's called hoarding, and doctors believe it's a form of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Catlett claims he can't stop - but his obsession could ultimately cost him his most valuable possession - his family. I guess its because they're all blow-up dolls.posted on March 14, 2004 04:27:46 PMposted on March 14, 2004 04:29:42 PMposted on March 14, 2004 04:42:23 PMposted on March 14, 2004 04:44:31 PMposted on March 14, 2004 04:49:54 PMposted on March 14, 2004 04:53:40 PMposted on March 14, 2004 05:03:44 PMposted on March 14, 2004 06:09:22 PMposted on March 14, 2004 08:34:34 PMposted on March 15, 2004 03:06:52 AMposted on March 15, 2004 03:56:43 AMposted on March 15, 2004 04:29:45 AM
At last count I think he had 60 something golf shirts hanging in his closet.
posted on March 15, 2004 07:33:03 AMposted on March 15, 2004 01:37:49 PMposted on March 15, 2004 02:27:50 PMOMG is anybody watching Dateline?
Have you noticed since everyone has a Camcorder these days no one talks
about seeing UFOs like they used to?
This guy has this compulsion to "collect" things.......
he's got this storage unit full of things he's collected.
oh god I'm a goner..........
I looked for the story on their website but it just has OCD.
Phil Catlett has a problem. He collects just about everything - most of it worthless junk. It's called hoarding, and doctors believe it's a form of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Catlett claims he can't stop - but his obsession could ultimately cost him his most valuable possession - his family. Hoda Kotb reports.
ok, I'm going back on the Zoloft tomorrow.....
things I collect also...I guess its because they're all blow-up dolls.
my husband can't have just one of something...he's got to have a gazillion of them.
It's really hard for him to pass something on, like worn out clothes and stuff.
Somebody send me a copy of the program!
No comparison to e bay sellers. Oh, we MIGHT get LUCKY once in a while but I am sure MOST of us pay for what we sell.
He was and is and ALWAYS will be a TRASH collector.
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