There are a ton of choices out there when it comes to low cost auto insurance. So how do you find the cheapest auto insurance with the best company? Here's how . . .
Far and away the best way to get the cheapest low cost auto insurance is to comparison shop online. There are Internet sites where you can get a number of quotes from A-rated companies so you can compare quotes and get the best rate from the best company (see links below).
All you do is fill out a simple online form in order to determine what kind of coverage you want. It's quick, it's easy, and best of all, it's free.
As you fill out the online form, make sure you include all the discounts you're entitled to. Here are the biggest money-savers when it comes to buying low cost auto insurance:
Deductibles - An insurance deductible is the amount of money you pay before your auto insurance company pays a claim. Raising your deductible from $100 to $500 can save you 10% to 15% on your insurance. Raising it to $1,000 can save you up to 50%.
Collision coverage - Collision coverage covers your repair costs when you're involved in an accident. It can cost you $500 or more depending on the type of car you drive and it's age. The cost of collision coverage for older cars may be more than the cost of repairing the car.
A rule of thumb is to drop your collision coverage if your insurance premium is 10% or more than your car's current value.
Bundled insurance - You can get a 15% discount with most companies by putting your auto insurance with your homeowners insurance. And you can save 15% if you own two autos and insure them both with the same company.
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The author, Brian Stevens, is a former insurance agent and financial consultant who has written extensively on how to get low cost auto insurance.