Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by ScottS, Jun 11, 2020.

  1. supermoo

    supermoo Rookie

    Sep 28, 2009
    Boulder, CO
    That seems to be an amazing quote. I am looking at an FF and it is $112/month with 3000 miles.
  2. To remove this ad click here.

  3. Circle K

    Circle K Karting

    Dec 21, 2017
    Full Name:
    To save, remove items you don’t need on certain cars like rental, you have several cars, it’s not like they’re going to get you a Ferrari. Towing, if you have AAA then you don’t need towing on your policy.
  4. hallsdad

    hallsdad Karting

    Mar 6, 2010
    Cayce, SC
    Full Name:
    #28 hallsdad, Dec 9, 2020
    Last edited: Dec 9, 2020
    Never heard of it, but I’m looking it up now. My 355 with less value is 6 fold that.

    Update: did the online quote and it went to 7 must be in a really cheap state for insurance.

    Sent from my iPhone using FerrariChat
  5. CoreyNJ

    CoreyNJ Formula Junior
    Silver Subscribed

    Apr 17, 2006
    New Jersey Shore
    I have Condon Skelly in NJ. I went to a broker recommended by Mike from Yellow Compass. They were very easy to work with. We set an agreed upon value for the car and I have not and hope to never make a claim.

  6. California4Ever

    Feb 16, 2021
    Full Name:
    San s
    Does Geico insure Ferraris?
  7. To remove this ad click here.

  8. vjd3

    vjd3 Formula 3
    Rossa Subscribed Owner

    Jun 3, 2005
    Full Name:
    They insure mine ...
    California4Ever likes this.
  9. subalou1

    subalou1 Rookie

    Nov 12, 2009
    I use Grundy who gave a reasonable rate with an agreed upon value.
  10. 456dreamer

    456dreamer Rookie
    Silver Subscribed

    Feb 19, 2021
    Apos, CA
    Full Name:
    Geico does not insure Ferrari in CA, at least it is not on their online list.
    My quotes for annual premiums for my 2002 456M GTA 50Kmls fixed value $60K:
    - Hagerty $ 1091
    - State Farm $2264
    - Grundy $932
    - AAA $ 1600, but they were the only one that did not let me dictate the value of the car.
    My experience (this is not my first used sportscar) is that you just have to shop around online. It is easy with the online quoting, you will get calls but just low ball them in the call with a number that you are willing to pay. And everytime other companies have won, so I have insurances with 3 different companies. Even if I try to bundle, it is more expensive. So for your Ferrari, shop around and take the one that fits you best.

Share This Page