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PeppermillRenoDon't speed brah.
And the parents thing is almost always cheaper. It should go down very quickly if you don't fuck up. If not you are paying through the nose for the best part of a decade.
Don't get a DUI either. Don't take the breathlizer if you do. My homie blew a .12 at 1130 AM the NEXT morning sure he'd pass. Those shits are rigged for you to fail just like the field tests you are going to fail automatically regardless of what you do. Also watch out for weed DUI in any state where its legal. There is no way to test for it and every cop is itching to charge you with it and fill the for profit prisons. Remember the more a cop is violating your rights the nicer they are going to be to you if you are white trying to get you to say something incriminating.
CaseyYour homie was drunk as fuck. He probably thought he would pass because he was shit faced and not thinking clearly.
PeppermillRenoYea but it wasn’t 7am and he took an Uber the night before wasn’t puking or anything.
I dont think those things are accurate. I could see someone blowing a big number off a sip of something strong.
goldlionayyyyy there's also a discount for 'snapshot' (their telematics program, meaning tracking your driving habits) - this can also negatively impact your rate if you're an aggressive driver and not knowing that threshold i dont know if i'd suggest that. gl tho
BlumpkinPumpkinThen participate in the stupid programs they have where you put the tracker in your car to see how you drive--will either raise or lower rates based on driving habits.
finderThose things are known to let companies hit you with charges for going over a set speed, usually 70mph. 70mph highways and above exist. There also seems to be a low threshold for hard braking, so hitting the brakes at a yellow light can end up costing you. Unless you're the person that's always going 5 mph under the limit, I wouldn't recommend it.
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