1. What kind of coverage does your state legally require you to have? In most states, bodily injury liability coverage and property damage liability are necessary to drive, but you’ll want to check the specifics of insurance premiums with auto insurance providers where you live.
2. What sort of coverage do you want? Most car insurance companies offer many different policies with various coverage options that cover a variety of damages and risks, so your first step should be to determine your risks and how to compensate for them.
3. Which auto insurers are best? We’ve got this covered in detail.
4. It’s important to shop around. Even the cheapest car insurance company may not offer the best rates for someone in your situation. Likewise, you may want a more comprehensive plan that makes more sense at another car insurance company.
5. What payment plan is best for you? Some companies offer a variety of ways to pay (such as annually versus monthly, or with transfer of electronic funds), so you can figure out which one works best for you and then request it.
Not every car insurance company has your best interests at heart, both when offering auto insurance quotes or after you’ve been in an accident. A Buzzfeed News report from August revealed that State Farm, Farmers and Erie Insurance are three of a number of insurance companies that have paid off law enforcement to investigate their customers for fraud.
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