can a first time driver get a ford focus?

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Asked by Sep 04, 2009 at 08:28 AM about the Ford Focus

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

if i pass my driving test/lesson i want to get a ford focus mk1, 1.4l engine,  but will the insurance be really high??

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i wont be high

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Yea, why not? it usually just depends on credit, which dealer you actually go to (as all are different), and how much you have/want to put down. Now being a first time driver, insurance is Always high. if under your parents insurance, if their's is good, yours should be too. and boys have even higher insurance :P my first (and so far only) car was a '05 zx4 focus, but i'm under my mom's insurance so it's under $200/month. but once i get those tickets and points off my license, it will go down ;)

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why you sure can with 20% down, a paystub and proof of residence we have a few lending institutions that will give you a chance to start building your credit. I have a insurance agents that we do a lot of business with that will be able to asst you with your insurance questions. thanks, Vince

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