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According to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, Americans pay on the average about $1400.00 a year for auto insurance… that’s over $115.00 per month. Wouldn’t it be nice to reduce that payment by as much as 20 or 30 percent? You can—and it’s not as difficult as you think.


Shop Around and Compare Rates regularly:


You don’t have to keep the same old auto insurance policy forever. It pays to shop around, especially when your policy is getting ready to be renewed. If your policy premiums are going up, you might find that you can get the same type of coverage for cheaper than you are paying now. Auto insurance prices vary widely among different auto insurance companies even though they are all regulated by the same state agency that dictates auto insurance range limits.


If you are with a major company and believe you’re paying too much, are a first time car buyer, been cancelled by a major company, or just tired of those small broker companies:


Let us refer you to the right company for the right price!



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