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Why Did No One Tell Drivers About This New Rule?



article-img75(Daily Savings) - New policies proves drivers have likely overpaid on car insurance coverage for years. Can this be the end of overpriced insurance rates?

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This is the one simple truth your car insurance company doesn’t want you to know. If you are currently insured, drive less than 50 miles/day and live in a qualified zip code you can get an extremely high discount. Additionally, if you have no DUI’s, you can get even more discounts. But do you think your auto insurance company will tell you that? When drivers visit Provide Savings™ and enter their zip code, the results can be pretty shocking. We weren’t surprised when we got questions from drivers if these rates are real. The truth is people say it‘s possible to save 50% on their car insurance costs and some say they were eligible for rates as low as $13/week due to recent insurance policy changes. When we heard about these claims, we decided to investigate it for ourselves.

Our in house financial expert Dale Boggs set out to test these types of comparison services and after a few days of research what he found was very exciting. Dale discovered that not only were these claims true, but that he ended up saving over $1200 per year when compared to what he was previously paying. That’s a 64% savings when compared to his currently policy. Dale also found that many other people are indeed able to save similar amounts.

So, what is the “One Simple Rule?” NEVER buy insurance without comparing all of the discounts available to you through an unbiased source. Are you being scammed by your insurance agent? Our research indicates that many people are being misled by their current insurance carriers into thinking that they are paying a fair rate when in fact it could be their insurance agents are intentionally keeping the lowest prices from customers in order to charge more money. When one of our team members confronted their previous insurance agent about this, they were told that “because there are so many options, I didn’t have a chance to tell you about the all of them.” Yeah, right.

You may not be locked into your current policy. If you pre-paid for your current policy you may be able to cancel it and get back the balance of your pre-paid amount.

What most people don’t realize is an insurance agent typically makes money off of the policies they sell, so the higher the premium the more they can get paid. Thankfully, smart drivers have found out how to drastically cut their insurance bill by using online tools to get unbiased quotes.

Since drivers average savings are up to 50%, it’s no wonder services like these are growing rapidly. Our research concluded that Provide Savings™ is one of the most reliable, trusted services and highly effective tools to provide consumers with low rates. We thank Provide Savings™ for providing such an amazing service with an honest effort to saving money for families across America. You can click here if you would like to use the online tool to enjoy the benefits of this free service. Simply take a few seconds and enter your zip code to gain access to the system’s no obligation quotes.

***Tip – You will have the opportunity to see the Best carrier quotes available based on a few questions you answer.”

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Important information about the content of this article: Here are a few important clarification points regarding the content of this article. First, as stated at the top of this site, this is an Advertisment/Advertorial. This site receives compensation for purchases made through our links. The testimonial from Bill Johnson included in this article is real and truthful and was conducted internally to test the true effectiveness auto insurance comparison tools/websites. These results are not always typical and each users results may vary when using auto insurance comparison services mentioned in this article.

*Source: Click Here for an article on low mileage discounts. Low mileage discounts vary by provider, but usually fall between 7,500 and 15,000 miles per year. 15,000 divided by 365 equates to an average of 40 miles per day.

*Source: Click Here for the NAIC consumer auto guide which outlines that where you live (preferred zip code) and your prior insurance coverage (currently insured) has an affect on your rates.

*Source: Click Here for an article from J.D. Power which talks about how a clean driving record (No tickets, accidents and no DUI's) will qualify you for the lowest possible rates.

*Source: Click Here for a survey which analyzed car insurance quotes for 1,000 zip codes across the U.S. found that within a given zip code, rates vary by 154% on average, allowing drivers to find an average of 32% and $368 per year in savings.

*Source: Click Here for an article on "price optimization" and how loyal customers may pay higher rates.

*Clarification of the advertising headline "New Rule in (Your State)". - Merriam-Webster's Dictionary defines the word "rule" as "a piece of advice about the best way to do something" (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/rule). This article aims to advise the public that comparing rates is one of the best ways that you can save money on car insurance. No matter what city, state or zip code you live in you can compare rates and get free quotes. If you truly want to find the best rate and save on car insurance then follow our advice or "rule" to compare rates. Here are links to two surveys which demonstrate the importance of comparing rates and how applying this "rule" in any state, city or zip code may help drivers save 32%. A new survey found that the #1 reason people switch is because they found a cheaper rate. Click Here for Survey. A second survey which analyzed car insurance quotes for 1,000 zip codes across the U.S. found that within a given zip code, rates vary by 154% on average, allowing drivers to find an average of 32% in savings. Click Here For Survey.

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