Friday, February 02, 2007

Saving on Your Car insurance Premiums: Tips from Better Business Bureau

Yes, this is perhaps a billion dollar question. All the car owners have to fight with this matter every where. The Better Business Bureau has some cool tips. Some of the tips are:

- Combine policies with one carrier. It makes sense to insure all vehicles under one policy. But you can also get a multi-vehicle discount if you insure a trailer or recreational vehicle on the same policy as your car. Also, many auto insurers will reduce your car premium if you buy other coverage from them, such as homeowners' and life insurance. But don't switch carriers unless the rates for the other policies are competitive.

- Buy a car that costs less to insure. Expensive high-performance cars are fun to drive, but they're costly to repair and the premiums can run two to three times higher than less expensive cars.

- Equip your new car with safety gear. An approved alarm system or other devices that deter theft can get you a savings of 5 to 10 percent. Air bags for both driver and passenger can reduce injury, and costly medical bills in an accident, and may qualify you for a discount.

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These are really helpful tips. I hope you can get benefited from them.


king said...

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