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Tricks To Lower Auto Insurance

Raise Your Deductible

Instead of cutting your coverage, you can save money by increasing your deductible. This means that if you are in an accident, you will pay a higher amount out of pocket before the insurance coverage kicks in. Keep in mind that you shouldn’t raise your deductible so high that you can not pay it if an accident does happen. Most people can see a significant change in their premium amounts by raising their coverage amounts by several hundred dollars per year.

Ask About Discounts

You may be surprised to find how many discounts are available if you just ask! Many people don’t know this, and pay full price. For example, you may qualify for a decrease in your insurance based upon how much you drive your car, where you park the car at night, or even where you live! In some cases, having an alarm on your car can also earn you an insurance discount. For young drivers, taking a class on driver’s education or on the road training classes can also help to lower your insurance rates.

Go Insurance Shopping

If you do not like the rates that you are offered by your insurance company, you should go shopping. You can get quotes from other companies online quickly and easily. Of course, make sure that you are keeping the same amount of coverage before comparing costs. Some companies will actually assist you in comparing policy costs! In this case, you can shop for insurance, get personalized attention from an agent, and save money at the same time.