Consumers often spend hundreds of dollars on car insurance coverage, according to new research.
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The Insurance Information Institute, a nonprofit consumer watchdog, released the report, titled “How to Save on Car Insurance.”
It found that a typical car insurance policy will cover a base annual deductible of $2,800, while a one-time premium of $1,400 will cover the same coverage.
That means the average consumer could save $2 to $3,200 annually by getting the best price on a car they need.
But that number only includes the initial coverage, not the premium.
That includes all deductible amounts, including the deductible for the first three years of coverage, and deductibles for the next four years, according the Institute.
And, while the average policy will be paying $7,500 per year for a basic policy, many policies offer more generous benefits.
“The average car insurance is only paying $4,500,” said the Institute, which estimates that the average deductible will be $2.7 million.
“There is no reason to think you can afford the premiums, so you need to make sure you get the best possible deal.”
The Institute estimates that if you get a new car and drive it every year, the average annual premium will be around $8,500.
“It’s worth noting that there are very specific circumstances where the average premium is higher,” the report says.
“If you’re buying a brand new car, the first year will probably pay off, but after that, it will cost more.
That’s because the average cost of the car has risen as the year passes.”
The average auto insurance policy covers a base deductible of only $2 at a rate of $7.50 per month, but will pay for the insurance after the first 3 years of the policy, according in the report.
That number includes the deductible, but the deductible also covers the initial premium of up to $1.5 million.
The average rate on auto insurance policies in 2019 was $1 per month.
That rate is lower than the average price of a new vehicle in 2019, but still higher than the cost of owning a used vehicle.
The institute says the average rate will decrease over time.
“In the long run, the cost to insure against an accident or a serious injury will increase,” the institute says.
Some people are also buying their car with cash.
In 2019, the institute estimated that about 30 percent of auto insurance claims involved cash, while about 12 percent of claims involved credit card payments.
“Cash is not a safe form of insurance,” the Institute says.
And the Institute warns that a small amount of cash could be used to purchase an unneeded car, such as a car that can’t be fixed or a vehicle that has no miles.
“Most consumers are buying cars to own, and if the price of an auto is going up or the car is breaking down, that will have a negative impact on the value of the vehicle,” said David Zucman, a research fellow at the Institute for Financial Literacy.
The Institute says the majority of car insurance claims in the United States are covered by a combination of credit card and cash.
But in the meantime, you can find out more about how to get the cheapest car insurance.
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