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 |  Jul 07 2011, 8:15 PM

One of the unavoidable expenses associated with car ownership is the monthly cost of insurance. Depending on your age, experience, driving history and location, your insurance can vary a lot.

However, if you happen to live in the state of Oregon or Washington, General Motors has some good news for you. If you buy any new Cadillac, Chevrolet, Buick or GMC vehicle in these two states, GM will pay for your insurance for up to a year or 15,000-miles. This special offer is a joint collaboration between GM and MetLife to attract more customers.

This program is only available to private buyers and not fleet customers.

So if you’ve been wanting to park that new Corvette ZR-1 on your driveway but was put off by its insurance costs, maybe this will help sweeten the deal. The offer expires on September 6. No word if this program will expand to a nationwide promotion.

[Source: Autoblog]