Car Insurance 101: Do You Know How You’re Covered?

Car Insurance

  Every car nationwide is required to have at least the state’s required minimum liability insurance. If a vehicle is financed through any lender, they will likely require the owner to hold a certain amount of comprehensive and collision coverage on top of the state mandated liability insurance. It is important that drivers in all states know what type of coverage they need on their vehicles and what kind of discounts they are eligible for to keep rates low. Any driver who is educated on the different discounts on their car…

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Car Insurance Shopping: Five Things You Must Compare

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What you need to know when shopping for car insurance… Shopping for car insurance can be intimidating simply because there are so many car insurance companies to choose from. To help you determine which car insurance company offers the best premiums to meet your needs, there are five things you must compare between insurance companies including stability, customer service and claim handling, roadside response and repair, policy flexibility and any benefits or discounts offered to consumers as part of an insurance policy. Stability An important deciding factor in the type…

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Online Low Mileage Car Insurance Discount With No Deposit Or Credit Check Required

Low Mileage Car Insurance

PRESS RELEASE: A reputed national service online is providing assistance to secure car insurance discounts for low mileage driver, teenage drivers, student driver and young drivers as per reports appearing in a section of the Press. The company has announced a “Pay-As-You-Go program” with discounts being offered on premiums ranging from 25% to 50% on the solutions that they provide. It is being reported that some reliable and reputable services are helping people to get car insurance low mileage discount regardless of their age. Hundreds of drivers, who drive cars…

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Car insurance savings opportunities that are most commonly missed

Auto Insurance

There are many chances to save on premiums, but many are often overlooked. As the price of gas skyrockets, many people are looking for chances to save on car insurance and other elements of vehicle ownership, in order to lower the cost of driving. However, there are many discounts that could be received, but are frequently missed. Most agents recommend that you go over your policy at least once per year in order to make sure that you aren’t missing out on a number of discounts that could bring you…

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State Farm and Ford work together to offer auto insurance discounts through usage based policies

Usage based auto insurance

The SYNC in-car connectivity system could save drivers up to 40 percent per year. Drivers with vehicles equipped with Ford SYNC may be able to save up to 40 percent through the State Farm Drive Save & Save auto insurance discounts program, depending on how far they drive every year. The savings is based on the vehicle’s odometer reading every year. The reading is reported onto the Vehicle Health Report when it is used by the driver. This is one of the SYNC standard features that is available on Fort…

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Growing popularity of auto insurance telematics programs provide more discount opportunities

Online Auto Insurance (OAI) has been encouraging customer awareness over a broader array of opportunities to find discounts on their coverage through motorist behaviors such as safe driving and low mileage, following a number of recent reports that are showing that insurers are likely to begin significant investments into technology that will record and transmit information about the driving behaviors of policyholders. A growing number of insurance companies have already been offering programs on an optional basis that allows motorists to install an electronic device into their vehicle that will…

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Hartford to test a new form of car policy in 2012

Hartford Financial Services Group has announced its intentions to begin a pilot program in 2012 for an auto insurance policy based on telematics. Hartford’s president of consumer markets, Andy Napoli made the announcement during the company’s investors meeting. The new policy will be using telematics. According to Napoli, using the “devices in insured vehicles to transmit information about driving behavior, such as miles driven, speed, acceleration, deceleration, and using that information to price the risk.” This pilot program will be known as TrueLane and will begin in the first half…

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