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      07-30-2010, 07:24 PM   #32
JulieDriving
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Originally Posted by gbrett5 View Post
If anyone is looking for track insurance in Canada, apparently you can get it through K & K Insurance Canada (http://www.kandkcanada.com/). I just recently bought a track "beater" and was quoted $2,500 per year. Didn't ask what it would cost for the M3 though...
Pulled up this thread as I was searching for info.

Thanks for this suggestion. I want to participate in driver's training events, but do not want to risk my new car. The risk is probably very low for a newbie like me who is careful with an instructor and all, but it's for peace of mind...

My insurance definitely won't cover me. And I definitely didn't leave my name, number - any identifying info - when I inquired with them. (It will go on record that you asked - which is never a good thing).
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