Tips And Tricks For Buying A Car Insurance
July 7th, 2015 | by Web Desk
Buying a Car Insurance Can Be Sometime A Cumbersome Effort, Here Some Nice Way’s To Help You
In most states, having car insurance is required to drive legally. If you are caught driving without insurance, even if your policy lapsed for a few days because of a payment processing error, you could face losing your license, not being able to renew your tags, or being rated as a higher risk, making getting a policy more expensive.
When looking for car insurance, there are five KEY THINGS that you need to keep in mind.
1. Look at the deductible options in your car insurance quotes.
Going for the lowest deductible may seem like it will save you money in the event of an accident, but the bottom line should be looked at carefully before choosing this option in your car insurance quotes.
If you are a safe driver, your chances at being the cause of an accident are very low. For example purposes, let’s say that you’ll be in an accident once in the next ten years.
If you choose a $250.00 deductible over a $1,000.00 deductible, consider how much more you will be spending in premium each year and multiply times ten. If the number is over $750.00, then that is money that you are giving to the insurance company that you could be tucking away in an interest bearing savings account that will more than take care of the larger deductible.
Then look at the premium of a very large deductible, such as $2500.00 to $5000.00. With those larger deductibles, you can save a significant amount of money in premiums and use your insurance for only the really large claims.
2. Look at the coverage limits in your car insurance quotes.
If you get the minimum required coverage for your state, you are legally covered but you are not financially protected. If you have a policy that covers only a $50,000.00 maximum payout per accident, then you will not be covered if there are two or three later model vehicles or one top-of-the-line vehicles or in accidents where there are major injuries or property damage as a result of the accident.
3. Check with your insurance provider about what cars within your desired style range are equated with the lowest premiums.
Certain makes and models of cars are rated at a higher risk by insurance companies. While you may think that this is because they are more expensive, that actually isn’t always the case. Some cars are statistically in more accidents prone than others. Some cars are stolen more often than others. There are other vehicles that have safety issues inherent with their style because they go faster, tip more easily, etc.
4. Check with potential carriers to see if they offer any special bundling of insurances.
You can get discounts that net a significant savings if you also insure your home, boat, other vehicles, and even your life with the same insurer.
5. Make sure the company you choose is a solid, reputable company.
If your insurance company refuses to pay a claim, you are still responsible for it. If they go bankrupt, you might be stuck. If they are just shady with their misuse of fine print, you can be easily be burned.
This are few tips and tricks which can help you in a long run when you are buying a car insurance.