InsuranceFishing.com Releases Tips on How to Easily Lower Car Insurance Rates

Insurance Rates Vary From State to State. Follow These Three Tips for Lower Insurance Rates Anywhere in the Country.

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Nearly every state requires some form of car insurance, and the penalties for driving without insurance can range from tickets to court dates and the possible loss of a license and vehicle registration.

Tulsa, OK (PRWEB) November 26, 2013

InsuranceFishing.com, a company that specializes in helping consumers connect with local insurance agents, would like to offer some tips that apply to anyone looking to lower their car insurance rates.

Nearly every state requires some form of car insurance, and the penalties for driving without insurance can range from tickets to court dates and the possible loss of a license and vehicle registration. The problem is that insurance can be expensive and finding the policy that is right for any individual can be difficult.

“We talk to people looking to purchase St. Louis car insurance and Kansas City car insurance all of the time and what they want to know is how to stay in compliance with their state insurance requirements without bankrupting themselves,” says a spokesperson for InsuranceFishing.com. “We also hear these questions from people looking for Tulsa car insurance or Orlando car insurance. Because of this, we thought we would offer some relevant tips for any driver in any state.”

InsuranceFishing.com would like to share three things that lead to low car insurance rates:

-Built in safety features: cars that have built in safety features like airbags and anti-lock brakes are often eligible for lower car insurance rates.

-Anti-theft devices: cars that have anti-theft devices installed are eligible for lower rates.

-Driver education: if a driver has participated in approved driver’s safety programs they may be eligible for lower auto insurance rates.

Additionally, some drivers can purchase “pay as you drive” auto insurance. This form of insurance can save drivers up to 50% off of normal insurance premiums. With pay as you drive insurance, a device that monitors mileage, speed and driving times is installed in a car. Insurance companies then take that information into account when deciding an insurance rate. Pay as you drive insurance is best for people who drive between 12,000 and 15,000 miles per year.

For more helpful information and to get the best insurance quote comparisons, visit http://insurancefishing.com/.

About InsuranceFishing.com:

InsuranceFishing.com is a one-stop website that quickly and easily connects consumers with live local insurance agents, so they can get the best possible rates and coverage on all of their car, rental and homeowners insurance needs. There is no cost to access the website and no registration is required. As part of its inaugural launch, InsuranceFishing.com is currently available to consumers with St. Louis insurance needs, Kansas City insurance needs, Orlando insurance needs, New Orleans insurance, and Tulsa insurance needs. Learn more at InsuranceFishing.com.


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