Simple Tips to Cheaper Car insurance rates





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Shop all over. Make sure you don't ruin your credit score because when you pull your MVR or credit score that can cause a hit on your credit. However you can get an idea of what your rates will be without pulling your credit score or your MVR. Ask your insurance agent to get you your insurance rates with their companies and not pull the MVR. If you're sure you don't have any tickets or accidents that will save you tons of time and your credit score from heart ache and pain. Most people don't realize they have to get their MVR pulled when they shop for insurance they also sometimes don't know it can run your credit score. 5 of these ins't bad but more that can potentially lower it a few points. Which wouldn't be the end of the world so go ahead and shop away!


Here are a list of the average premiums per company and something to keep in mind while shopping for the best pricing. One thing to take into consideration isn't just these prices because pricing can vary from state to state, but in general this is something to consider when shopping for car insurance.





A few other things to take into account as you shop is your age, your martial status, your address and and your past claims and accidents. These all play an important factor in your premium and will affect how your insurance score comes back on these companies quoting algorithms. Your driving score is one of the most important factor. If you have accidents and tickets that can be a key piece to your driving record and how you are seen by insurance companies. Your credit score. Ect. Some companies take these factors into account more than others. However they all follow a general system that will play key pieces in your premiums. Palmdale insurance



A few other things to take into account as you shop is your age, your martial status, your address and and your past claims and accidents. These all play an important factor in your premium and will affect how your insurance score comes back on these companies quoting algorithms. Your driving score is one of the most important factor. If you have accidents and tickets that can be a key piece to your driving record and how you are seen by insurance companies. Your credit score. Ect. Some companies take these factors into account more than others. However they all follow a general system that will play key pieces in your premiums.







2- GO FOR QUALITY NOT CHEAP PRICING.



As an agent I have found that the higher "quality" meaning their rules and their regulations for insurance, meaning how many tickets that they allow and accidents the cheaper it actually is when you do qualify. Travelers is a great example of very cheap rates when you qualify and when you don't well, bye bye. Look for a company that's going to get you quality insurance and has high standards that will actually say know if you don't have a good driving record because odds are is they are actually going to be cheaper than the roots or other companies out there that are looking to only save you money.





Look for different deductibles



Some companies will try and sell you lower deductibles to provide you with higher quality coverage. This can be more beneficial for sure, however if you're looking to save on your insurance and you're pretty good with prior accidents, meaning you're confident you won't get into an accident think about getting a different deductible than the standard $100. Many people go for $500 and even $1000 deductibles because they don't want to spend more on their insurance. Another option for individuals that have a cheaper vehicle, somewhere in the vicinity of $3500, is you can ad uninsured motorist property damage coverage to your vehicle. This is going to drastically lower your premiums and still carries $3500 of coverage on your car with a $250 deductible. This will cover your vehicle up to $3500 for non at fault accidents, however no coverage for at fault incidents like running into a pole or something like that.







AVOID ACCIDENTS AND TICKETS



If you get a ticket or have an accident that can drastically cause your premiums to go up. If you try to shop and have too many tickets not only will you have increased premiums but be on a non standard insured list which can be more expensive than you think. Very expensive. Avoid at all costs if you want to ever go shopping for insurance. Tickets in the state of Utah take 3 years to come off your record and accidents 5 years.