Cheap Car Insurance
Finding good car
insurance can be very difficult. Here are a few tips:
few different insurance companies.
Companies are different. So are their prices. You
may find that one company wants to charge you
$1000/month for insurance and another will only
charge you $400/month. You might be one of the lucky
ones who only gets charged $30/month. Regardless of
who you are, call multiple carriers even if the
first quote you get appears to be low. You may find
another company with a lower rate for you.
- Talk to friends and
family. Other people are just like you, they
want cheap insurance too. Chances are, you know
someone who has already called all over the place
and can give you some good pointers on which car
insurance companies were the cheapest for them.
Remember, nobody likes to spend money on auto
- Use the internet.
The internet is a great place to find auto
insurance. You can find out information about
insurance companies, compare rates, get quotes, and
shop around without leaving your house. There are
also websites out there like 1carinsurance.org who
have organized insurance company data and user data
and will tell you which companies people are having
success with in finding the best
- Get auto insurance
quotes. Don't just trust them. Get a quote.
They're free (or, if the quote isn't free you know
you don't want to use that company). If you can get
quotes from 6 or 7 different companies, you then
have hard data to compare the companies against each
other. You're also pretty sure you're going to get
the lowest rate.
- Try local companies.
Often times people only think about the big auto
insurance companies like Geico or Progressive. They
don't even look around their local communities for
auto insurance companies that might exist. Often
local companies can offer cheaper rates because they
don't have the large buracracy that larger companies
Just remember to shop around as
you look for cheaper car insurance. The first company
isn't always the best.
John Jonas is an entepreneur
and a family man with interests in real estate,
marketing, and financial products. You can find out more
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