Why is my Insurance Cost So High?
One of the primary reasons why teen drivers tend to have higher insurance rates than other drivers is because of the number of accidents teens are involved in. Every year, studies show that young drivers between the ages of 16 and 19 are involved in more accidents than any other age groups. Insurance companies need to balance rates with the cost to cover claims.
How do you know if your paying too much?
If you’ve seen a spike in what you’re paying for car insurance, well, you’re not alone. A study from the Bureau of Labour showed that auto insurance rates went up 50 percent between 2016 and 2019.
When did you last switch insurance companies?
If you think your car insurance company will reward you for loyalty, think again. Switching at least every two to three years is an effective way to ensure that you’re not paying more than you need to.
If you’ve never switched insurers, don’t worry you’re not alone. The average driver hasn’t changed auto insurance companies in 12 years.
If you’re already thinking switching insurance companies will be time-consuming and difficult, we’ve got good news for you. It’s a straightforward process that will save you money.
Prices will vary from company to company so shopping around is key to getting a better rate. This means getting quotes from multiple auto insurance companies.
If you’re wondering how to shop for car insurance, remember that shopping around is key. To make things even easier you can just select your discounts below and we’ll search over 30 different providers to find you the best rate.
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