Why Did No One Tell Low Mileage Drivers About This Policy?
— There is a new policy that most drivers don't know about.
Then you may qualify for one of the highest auto discounts the nation has seen in the last 12 years. If you have not had a traffic ticket in the last 3 years or do not have a DUI on your record, you may get an even larger discount.
Sarah's insurance company did not.
She needed to save some money on bills after her and her husband retired from the post office. Her old boss was always great with money so she reached out for advice.
He looked over her bills and saw she was paying triple what he paid for insurance yet she drove fewer miles than him and had less tickets than he did. He told her she needed to fix this ASAP.
Her husband John usually handled all the insurance bills but he had the flu and was in no shape to call anyone. So Sarah was forced to do her own research.
Sarah entered her zip code at and was amazed when she saw how much more expensive her local insurance agency had been for the last 8 years.
“I Lowered Our Insurance By 75% Thanks To The New Policy. I Dropped My Old Insurance For Not Telling Me About This. I Only Wish I Found Out About This Policy Sooner.” – Sarah
When drivers go to trusted sites they get an unbiased view of the best rates in their area that INCLUDE any and all new policies implemented by the President. Current data shows you could save up to $536 a year on car insurance.
Here is the lesson to learn – NEVER buy insurance without comparing rates on sites that are unbiased AND include updated auto policies.
As an authority on everything insurance, we decided to put this service to the test and after entering our zip code and driver information we were shocked at the results we found.
So, the rule to fight back is simple? NEVER buy insurance without comparing all of the discounts online first.
Note: You're NEVER LOCKED into your current policy. If you've already paid your bill, you can very easily cancel, and be refunded your balance.
* Clarification of the advertising headline "New Rule in ". - Merriam-Webster's Dictionary defines the word "rule" as "a piece of advice about the best way to do something" (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/rule). This article aims to advise the public that comparing rates is one of the best ways that you can save money on car insurance. No matter what city, state or zip code you live in you can compare rates and get free quotes. If you truly want to find the best rate and save on car insurance then follow our advice or "rule" to compare rates. Here are links to two surveys which demonstrate the importance of comparing rates and how applying this "rule" in any state, city or zip code can help drivers save 32% and $536 per year.
A new survey found that the #1 reason people switch is because they found a cheaper rate.
A second survey which analyzed car insurance quotes for 1,000 zip codes across the U.S. found that within a given zip code, rates vary by 154% on average, allowing drivers to find an average of 32% and $536 per year in savings.