Four Tips Every Driver Must Read
In every state in the union, it is required that drivers have auto insurance. Due to the ubiquitous need for coverage, I figured that I would share some tips on how to choose an insurance agent and on decreasing your premiums, so that the cost of car insurance is not prohibitively high for anyone.
Tip One: Choosing car insurance is a difficult task. It is quite expensive and choosing the wrong car insurance agency can cost you thousands of dollars a year. And trust me, thousands is by no means an exaggeration. So what I would suggest is shop around. Use the internet to lookup a car insurance agency in your area, then call them up, get a quote, and repeat until you have called as many as you possibly can.
Tip Two: Once you are insured, take a defensive driving course. Taking this few hour course can lower the price of your insurance by about 10 to 15%. Your car insurance agency will be happy to see that you have demonstrated that you know the skills that are taught during the course, and you will be ecstatic when you see your first post course bill.
Tip Three: Drive carefully. Nothing will make your car insurance more expensive than getting in an accident. Also, avoid getting tickets at all costs. They will also cause your premiums to rise, but not by as much as an accident would. Your car insurance agency wants to think of you as a safe driver that will not unexpectedly cost them a lot of money because you got in a terrible accident and hurt yourself or someone else.
Tip Four: When you are looking for car insurance, also think about getting life insurance. Your car insurance agency might have a special offer for those who get multiple forms of insurance with them. Plus life insurance is vitally important, if a primary wage earner were to die today, a majority of U.S. households would have trouble meeting everyday living expenses within a few months. Often, life insurance is quite reasonably priced, and is always vitally important. For more, read this link.