Aug 1, 2013

First time getting insurance for your car? The quotes are free!

Shopping for auto insurance is one of the least popular activities for car owners (right up there with shopping for a used car warranty). Since car insurance is required throughout the U.S. it's worth looking for the best deal you can find.

Fortunately, you can get a free quote from nearly any online provider in a matter of minutes. If you want to be a little more old school, of course you can do it by phone. Usually it's necessary to include information about your driving record, the vehicle to be insured and all additional drivers who may be using the car. On the basis of that information, the insurance companies can provide you a quote as to what you'll be paying over 6 to 12 months.

When buying car insurance, there are some things to consider when comparing the various offers, for there are many factors that can influence the price of auto insurance. This includes the amount of coverage, type of car, past driving record and the location where you live. If you have some negative factors here, it can lead to higher premiums so you'll want to compare the various offers from different companies.

Finding a car free insurance quote online or by phone is easy and allows you to find the best deal in your area. If you do your homework and take your time comparing offers you can save hundreds of dollars up front and in the long haul when you need to utilize your insurance. Get a free quote today and get yourself on the road!

1 comment:

  1. What about electric cars ? I compared high auto insurance rates that are applied for gas and electric versions of the same cars and I found that car insurance for electric vehicles costs more in all cases, I don’t know why but I think that: As for all electric vehicles, a grid emission factor of 0.5 g CO2/Wh was also applied to the electric energy consumption. This is to account for CO2 emissions during the electricity-generation process, even if there are no tailpipe emissions. Or maybe these cars’ higher values and repair costs are to blame. I'm still looking for best deals and insurance quotes for these vehicles but couldn’t find anything suitable, can you write an article about it.