By not signing up for roadside assistance, for instance, people can lower their monthly premium, at the cost of a little convenience.
Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) June 26, 2013
Guiding car insurance shoppers everywhere, Rate Digest's latest article explains what it takes to get car insurance that is good and cheap. According to Rate Digest, this can be achieved in 3 simple steps. By following these guidelines, anyone can find cheap car insurance, they say.
Firstly, they suggest searching high and low for discounts that may be applicable. They mention age as a determining factor, as well as a few other things as they explain, “Additionally, cheap car insurance can be had based on your driving profile. Should you choose to drive less and partake in car pools, insurance companies will potentially reward you with lower annual premiums.”
They also mention and explain what a lower deductible means for car insurance shoppers. According to the article, “ A deductible is the amount you are expected to pay for repairs before insurance kicks in. Typically speaking, a policy with a $500 deductible is a much more expensive proposition than say a policy with a $1000 deductible.”
By adjusting one's insurance needs is also another way to save on car insurance, explains Rate Digest in their article. By not signing up for roadside assistance, for instance, people can lower their monthly premium, at the cost of a little convenience.
Anyone who really wants the best deal on their car insurance should be sure to shop around, says Rate Digest. Their free insurance comparison tool is excellent for doing so.
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