Save on 1995 Toyota MR2 Car Insurance Cost

Have you finally had enough of paying out the nose to insure your Toyota every month? You are no different than the majority of other people.

Many auto insurance companies compete for your business, and it can be difficult to compare rates to find the absolute lowest cost out there.

You should take the time to take a look at other company’s rates yearly due to the fact that insurance prices go up and down regularly. If you had the lowest price for MR2 insurance six months ago a different company probably has better rates today. Ignore everything you know about insurance coverage because you’re about to find out one of the best ways to get good coverage at a lower rate.

If you currently have a car insurance policy, you will most likely be able to lower your premiums substantially using these techniques. Finding the best rates is not rocket science. But vehicle owners do need to understand the methods companies use to market insurance on the web because it can help you find the best coverage.

Compare free auto insurance price quotes

The majority of larger companies allow consumers to get coverage price quotes from their websites. The process is quite easy because it’s just a matter of typing in your required coverages into a form. After the form is submitted, the quote system requests information on your driving record and credit history and provides a quote based on these and other factors. Quoting online simplifies rate comparisons, but having to visit a lot of sites and enter the same data into a form is not the best way to spend an afternoon. But it’s also necessary to do this in order to get better prices.

There is an easier way to compare rates

The smarter way to find better auto insurance pricing makes use of a single form that obtains quotes from a lot of companies. This type of form saves time, requires much less work on your part, and makes price shopping online much more enjoyable and efficient. Immediately after you send the form, it gets priced and you can choose any one of the quotes that you receive.

If a lower price is quoted, you can click and sign and purchase the new policy. The whole process can be completed in less than 10 minutes and you will find out if you’re overpaying now.

If you want to find out if lower rates are available, click here to open in a new tab and submit the form. If you currently have coverage, we recommend you copy the limits and deductibles as shown on your current policy. This makes sure you are getting a fair comparison using the same coverage and limits.

Can you really save if you switch?

Popular insurance providers such as State Farm and Allstate seem to constantly run television, radio, and online ads. They all state the claim that people will save if you switch your coverage. But how can every company charge you less for car insurance? It’s all in the numbers.

Insurance companies quote their best rates for the right customer that will add to their bottom line. A good example of a preferred risk should be between the ages of 30 and 50, owns their home, and does not commute to work. Any driver who matches that profile may get the lowest car insurance rates and as a result will probably save when switching.

Insureds who don’t measure up to these stringent criteria may be required to pay a higher rate and ends up with the customer buying from someone else. The ads state “customers that switch” but not “all drivers who get quotes” save the amount stated. That’s the way insurance companies can make it sound like they have such great rates.

Different companies use different criteria so you need to do a price quote comparison at every renewal. It’s not possible to predict the company that will give you the biggest savings.

You may qualify for discounts

Insuring your fleet can be pricey, but you may be missing some discounts that could help you make your next renewal payment. Some trigger automatically when you purchase, but some need to be inquired about before you get the savings.

  • Multi-policy Discount – If you have multiple policies and insure them both with the same insurance company they may give you a discount of nearly 15% which can help you find low cost auto insurance.
  • Discounts for Seat Belt Usage – Buckling up and requiring all passengers to wear their seat belts could cut 10% or more off the personal injury premium cost.
  • Pay Now and Pay Less – If you pay your entire premium ahead of time rather than paying in monthly installments you can avoid monthly service charges.
  • No Claim Discounts – Insureds with no claims or accidents can earn big discounts compared to bad drivers.
  • Buy New and Save – Adding a new car to your policy can save up to 30% because new model year vehicles are generally safer.
  • Waiver for an Accident – This one isn’t a discount, but some companies like State Farm and Allstate will forgive one accident without raising rates with the catch being you have to be claim-free before the accident.
  • Student in College – who live away from home to go to college and do not take a car to college may qualify for this discount.
  • Good Student Discount – A discount for being a good student can get you a discount of up to 25%. Many companies even apply the discount to college students until age 25.
  • Drivers Education – Have your child successfully complete driver’s ed class as it can save substantially.
  • Early Signing – Select companies give a discount for switching to them prior to your current policy expiring. This can save 10% or more.

As a disclaimer on discounts, most of the big mark downs will not be given to your bottom line cost. Most only apply to the cost of specific coverages such as medical payments or collision. So despite the fact that it appears all the discounts add up to a free policy, companies wouldn’t make money that way. But any discount will cut the amount you pay for coverage.

To see companies that offer discounts, click here.

There’s no such thing as the perfect car insurance policy

When choosing the best car insurance coverage for your personal vehicles, there really is not a “best” method to buy coverage. Everyone’s situation is a little different so this has to be addressed. For example, these questions may help you determine if your insurance needs could use an agent’s help.

  • What is no-fault insurance?
  • Do I have coverage when making deliveries for my home business?
  • What discounts do I qualify for?
  • Does my liability insurance cover pulling a trailer or camper?
  • Do I really need UM/UIM coverage?
  • When can my company non-renew my policy?

If you can’t answer these questions then you might want to talk to a licensed agent. If you don’t have a local agent, fill out this quick form or you can also visit this page to select a carrier

Insurance specifics

Understanding the coverages of your insurance policy helps when choosing the right coverages for your vehicles. The coverage terms in a policy can be impossible to understand and coverage can change by endorsement. Listed below are typical coverages available from insurance companies.

Comprehensive insurance

Comprehensive insurance coverage covers damage caused by mother nature, theft, vandalism and other events. You first have to pay a deductible then your comprehensive coverage will pay.

Comprehensive coverage pays for claims like rock chips in glass, a broken windshield, damage from getting keyed, vandalism and hitting a bird. The most you’ll receive from a claim is the ACV or actual cash value, so if the vehicle’s value is low it’s probably time to drop comprehensive insurance.


This will cover damage that occurs to other’s property or people. It protects YOU from legal claims by others, and does not provide coverage for your injuries or vehicle damage.

It consists of three limits, bodily injury for each person, bodily injury for the entire accident, and a limit for property damage. You might see policy limits of 100/300/100 which means a $100,000 limit per person for injuries, $300,000 for the entire accident, and a total limit of $100,000 for damage to vehicles and property. Another option is one number which is a combined single limit which provides one coverage limit without having the split limit caps.

Liability can pay for claims like medical expenses, loss of income and court costs. The amount of liability coverage you purchase is a decision to put some thought into, but it’s cheap coverage so purchase as much as you can afford.

Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist (UM/UIM)

Uninsured or Underinsured Motorist coverage protects you and your vehicle when the “other guys” are uninsured or don’t have enough coverage. Covered claims include injuries to you and your family as well as your vehicle’s damage.

Due to the fact that many drivers only carry the minimum required liability limits, their limits can quickly be used up. So UM/UIM coverage should not be overlooked. Frequently the UM/UIM limits do not exceed the liability coverage limits.

Med pay and Personal Injury Protection (PIP)

Med pay and PIP coverage pay for short-term medical expenses for things like rehabilitation expenses, funeral costs and prosthetic devices. They are often used to cover expenses not covered by your health insurance policy or if you lack health insurance entirely. Coverage applies to both the driver and occupants and also covers getting struck while a pedestrian. Personal injury protection coverage is only offered in select states and gives slightly broader coverage than med pay

Collision coverage protection

This pays for damage to your MR2 resulting from colliding with another vehicle or an object, but not an animal. A deductible applies and the rest of the damage will be paid by collision coverage.

Collision coverage protects against things such as colliding with a tree, hitting a parking meter and crashing into a ditch. Collision coverage makes up a good portion of your premium, so analyze the benefit of dropping coverage from lower value vehicles. Another option is to raise the deductible in order to get cheaper collision rates.

Be a penny pincher

While you’re price shopping online, do not buy poor coverage just to save money. In many cases, an accident victim reduced physical damage coverage to discover at claim time that the savings was not a smart move. Your strategy should be to buy a smart amount of coverage at the lowest possible cost while still protecting your assets.

Throughout this article, we presented many ideas to lower your 1995 Toyota MR2 insurance rates. The key concept to understand is the more rate quotes you have, the more likely it is that you will get a better rate. Drivers may discover the biggest savings come from a smaller regional carrier. These companies may cover specific market segments cheaper than the large multi-state companies such as State Farm or Progressive.

Cheaper insurance can be found from both online companies and from local insurance agents, so get free auto insurance quotes from both of them to have the best chance of lowering rates. Some insurance companies may not provide online rate quotes and usually these smaller companies work with local independent agents.

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Comments About 1995 Toyota MR2 Insurance

  1. Zelma Morrison

    I’m in Fargo, ND and need high risk coverage. Help!

  2. Christian Waters

    Does Kentucky have minimum liability requirements?

  3. Glenda Larsen

    I think I’m paying too much. I’m in the west part of Augusta, Georgia. Quoted quotes from GEICO, Esurance, and Hartford for my Toyota and I’m now saving $23 a month. Was with Western Auto Insurance. I’m a pretty low risk driver. I just carry liability insurance.

  4. Jerri Snow

    Located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Quoted with American Family, Nationwide, and a few others for my 1995 Toyota MR2 and saved $90 a year. Insured with Hartford before. I recommend comparing lots of rates.

  5. Winona Harding

    I’ve had GEICO for years. I’m in Evansville, IN.

  6. Vashti Bush

    Live in Salt Lake City, UT. I quoted with 21st Century, AIG Insurance, Encompass, and Hartford for my Toyota and cut my rates about $120 a year. Left Liberty Mutual to switch.

  7. Chance Francis

    Cheap car insurance? What’s that? From Honolulu, Hawaii. I got free prices from State Farm, Eastwood, and Hanover for my 1995 Toyota MR2 and saved $79 a year. Get lots of quotes to find the best rate.

  8. Bobbie Baldwin

    Proud to be from Bismarck, ND. I quoted with American Family, Nationwide, and a few others for my Toyota and I think I saved around $30 each month. Was with Allstate. I think they have home insurance too. Might find lower rates online. Book value doesn’t justify full coverage anymore.

  9. Winford Mcpherson

    Enjoyed the article. From a town just southwest of New Haven, CT. Quoted prices from Allstate, AIG Insurance, Eastwood, and Hartford for my 1995 Toyota MR2 and I think I cut my rates about $20 each month. Was with Farmers. They were helpful in switching over. Book value doesn’t justify full coverage anymore.

  10. Brittaney Giles

    Compared auto insurance prices with State Farm and GEICO but still not cheap enough.

  11. Robin Buchanan

    Do I have to have car insurance in Washington?

  12. Dewayne Richmond

    Here’s my quote info. Live in Tucson, AZ. I got free prices from American Family, Nationwide, and Travelers for my Toyota and I’m now saving $11 a month. A clean driving record helps. Might find lower rates online. It’s too old for full coverage.

  13. Ngoc Morrison

    From Albuquerque, NM. Quoted with Auto-Owners, Mercury, and a few others for my MR2 and I think I am saving around $20 each month. A clean driving record helps. When should I drop full coverage?

  14. Brynn Brock

    Live in Kansas City, Missouri. Got quotes with GEICO, The General, and Erie for my MR2 and saved around $100 a year. Left Farmers to switch. Just waiting to see how claims go. I dropped full coverage awhile back.