That's a hard question to answer, without knowing your company. I haven't experienced a premium changing for Jeeps
based on taking the doors off, but that doesn't mean it's out of the realm of possibility. Jeep Wrangler's tend to be on the cheaper side for car insurance - with an average annual premium in 2017
at $1,337 per year. Still, if your rate does change, it might reflect the increased risk your insurance company sees from not having doors - either that risk is to you or the structural integrity of the vehicle. Feel free to shop around if they do. Use our comparison calculator here.