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Styvas
Go Canucks Go
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join:2004-09-15
Hamilton, ON
reply to I_H8_Spam

Re: Vehicle Storage Insurance

Yes, it was previously insured to drive but we've paired down to one car for the foreseeable future. I don't want to get rid of it, though, as we'll possibly need it again in a year or two.
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prairiesky

join:2008-12-08
canada
kudos:2

if it's that far away, sell it and buy a different one when you need it again. No point in A) paying insurance on it, B) letting it rot C)not gaining any value



Styvas
Go Canucks Go
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join:2004-09-15
Hamilton, ON

I don't disagree with that. Realistically, noone would buy it, and currently I couldn't afford to replace it, so I figure letting it sit is still cheaper than buying later.



dirtyjeffer
Anons on ignore, but not due to fear.
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join:2002-02-21
London, ON

is it your Civic Si?

no one would buy it??...seriously??...you can probably get $10k for it...seriously, a coworker just bought (a few months ago now) a new Cooper S...he sold his 2001 Toyota Corolla (manual transmission, base model) for $5k in kijiji in one day...yea...$5k....for an 11 year old base model Corolla.



Styvas
Go Canucks Go
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join:2004-09-15
Hamilton, ON

Yes, but it's a '99 with well over 400,000km and needs $1,000 of work. I can't see anyone wanting it.