Auto insurance program in California reduces rates again

California Auto Insurance

The state department announced that for the second year in a row, it would be shrinking the price of coverage. The California Department of Insurance (CDI) has just revealed that it will be lowering the California Low Cost Auto Insurance Program (CLCA) rates yet again for a second year in a row. The premiums are exceptionally low within this program, making it easier for certain good drivers to obtain coverage. Annual auto insurance premiums for drivers within this program typically range between $226 to $338. It is available for good…

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Improvements to CLCA underline the importance of insurance for California drivers

Officials in California made an announcement last week which explained a regulation change to help drivers to avoid expensive consequences when they are required to drive immediately after taking out a policy, as those who use the Low-Cost Automobile Insurance (CLCA) program will no longer have to endure the two week waiting period in order to receive their proof of policy. Currently, drivers who have just taken out CLCA coverage must either choose not to drive for the first two weeks of coverage, or they risk being caught behind the…

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