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I dont want to drive my 95 'bird during the winter in this state. Its been a southern car its whole life and there is not a speck of rust on it, and I would hate to ruin it. Should I keep the car registered? Is there anyway to get my insurance reduced since I wont be driving it?
 

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During the winter months when I don't drive the T-bird, I call up my agent (State Farm) and tell them I'm no longer driving it. They suspend all coverage except comprehensive until I call them up in spring and tell them I'm driving it again. I also have a low mileage policy (less than 7,500 miles annually), so I spend less than $200 every year for no deductible full coverage.
 

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X2! Same as Brandon, let the insurance company know to reduce the coverages. I've been doing it for years.

Joe
 
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