Asked by Aug 23, 2013 at 02:29 PM about the Ford Ranchero

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1991 ford tauurs.liaability

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Check book value. If adding full coverage costs more than the value of the car, you're wasting money. My gurss, on a 23 year old car that would be the case. HTH. -Jim

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Listen to Jim - a '91 Taurus isn't worth a lot unless it's a SHO in fantastic condition - but even then - not that much. Makes more sense to put the money in a savings account so you can replace your car if it's totaled. Liability only.

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