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How to save money on auto insurance
As a licensed insurance agent, I know a few more tricks than the average consumer to help lower that auto insurance premium. So, in an attempt to help bring transparency to the world of car insurance, here are some data-verified savings tips, culled from The Zebra’s State of Auto Insurance Report.
1. Avoid letting your insurance coverage lapse
Even after being insured for just one year, rates drop 7.7%. The discount for maintaining continuous insurance offered by most companies is also affected by the amount of liability coverage on your policy. The higher your limit of liability, the better your prior insurance discount will be.
2. Consider bundling
Bundle your auto policy with homeowner’s insurance and you could save an average of $110 per year or bundle renter’s with auto to possibly save $72 per year.
3. Do some research
Take a few minutes to learn about which companies, minimum coverage requirements and other factors apply to your state.
4. Get ahead of the game
Purchase your policy at least 10 days before you need it activated for a better rate. This is especially helpful if you know your policy is coming up for renewal and you want to switch to a new company.
5. Pay in full up front for your policy
Drivers save an average of $62 per year by paying in full rather than an installment plan.
6. Shop when you move
If moving to a new state — or even a new ZIP code — make sure to shop for a new policy. The most expensive state for insurance (Michigan) is almost three times as expensive as the least (Ohio), so you could be in for huge savings depending on the state you’re leaving (or increases, so make sure you’re informed). See more http://clark.com/insurance/18-tips-to-save-money-on-car-insurance/