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I am planning to live and study in the USA (Santa Barbara) for a year (I currently live in Norway), and I have been looking at buying a 996 (probably a 1998 C2)while I am there. The only potential problem is insurance, I am 22 years old and not a US citizen, the car would probably only be used on weekends and not day to day, how much (ballpark figure) should I expect to pay in insurance? I can't get a quote from an insurer so I would love to know how much it costs.

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Try some of the US insurance companies' web sites. You can enter your information and they should get back to you with a quote. For example, Geico at www.geico.com seems to do online rate quotes. I think there's some site that will get you multiple quotes from different companies, maybe somebody knows or has used it

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Try some of the US insurance companies' web sites. You can enter your information and they should get back to you with a quote. For example, Geico at www.geico.com seems to do online rate quotes. I think there's some site that will get you multiple quotes from different companies, maybe somebody knows or has used it

Thnks for the tip, I thought you had to have an american social security number to get a quote, I will give it a shot

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Male, under 25, Texas, '02 911. No wrecks. I pay $2500/yr for full coverage, comprehensive, uninsured, towing, etc etc

male 26, no wrecks, 3 vehicles, only the Porsche has full coverage, i pay 1200 a year for all 3 vehicles, i think the Porsche was 600 of it.

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