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Controlling Auto Insurance Costs in Rochester NY

By Glenn Curtis | Investopedia

Due to the litigious nature of our society and the rising cost of vehicles, car insurance rates are hefty throughout the nation. The bad news is that insurance isn’t likely to lessen in price any time soon. The good news is that there are things that you can do to minimize increases and/or lessen the burden on your wallet. Let’s take a look at 12 tips you can employ to save your driving dollars.

1. Insure Multiple Cars/Drivers

If you obtain a quote from an auto insurance company to insure a single vehicle, you might end up obtaining a higher quote (per vehicle) than if you inquired about insuring several drivers and/or vehicles with that company. This is because insurance companies will offer what amounts to a bulk rate because they want your business, and under some circumstances, they are willing to give you a deal if it means you’ll bring in more of it.

To obtain a discount, ask your agent/insurance company to see if you qualify and get a quote. Generally speaking, multiple drivers must live at the same residence and be related by blood or by marriage. Two non-related people may also be able to obtain a discount; however, they usually must jointly own the vehicle.

Incidentally, some companies may also provide an auto insurance discount if you maintain other policies with the firm (ex. homeowner’s insurance). Check with your agent/insurance company to see if such discounts are available and applicable.

2. Keep a Clean Record

It should go without saying that the more accidents or moving violations an individual has, the more he or she will tend to pay in terms of annual premiums. For those unaware, points are typically assessed to a driver for moving violations. Generally speaking, more points can lead to higher insurance premiums (all else being equal).

3. Take a Defensive Driving Course

Sometimes insurance companies will provide a discount for those that complete an approved defensive driving course. Also, sometimes a driver can reduce the number of points he or she has on his or her license by taking a defensive driving, accident prevention or other course.

Make sure to directly ask your agent/insurance company about this discount before signing up for a class. After all, it’s important that the effort being expended and the cost of the course will translate into a big enough insurance savings. It’s also important that the driver sign up for an accredited course.

4. Shop Around

If your policy has just been renewed and the annual premium has gone up markedly, consider shopping around and obtaining quotes from competing companies. Also, every year or two it probably makes sense to obtain quotes from other companies just in case there is a lower rate out there.

However, remember that cheap doesn’t always mean good and going with the lower-priced company isn’t always the wisest decision. That’s because the insurer’s credit worthiness should also be considered. After all, what good is a policy if the company doesn’t have the wherewithal to pay an insurance claim? To run a check on a particular insurer, consider checking out a site that rates the financial strength of insurance companies (such as A.M. Best).

5. Take Mass Transit

When you sign up for insurance, the company will generally issue you a questionnaire. Among the questions it asks might be the number of miles you drive the insured automobile per year.

If you use your vehicle to commute three hours to work every day, you will generally pay more in insurance premiums than someone who only drives one mile a day. If possible, try to use mass transit to rack up fewer miles, keeping in mind that you will usually have to decrease your mileage significantly before incurring a discount. Ask your agent/insurance company about the company’s different mileage thresholds so your efforts won’t be wasted.

6. Select Your Vehicle Carefully

Buying a huge SUV may sound exciting, but insuring a 5,000-pound, top-of-the-line vehicle can be more expensive than insuring a small (but safe) lower-cost commuting car. Also, older cars are often cheaper to insure than their more modern counterparts. Again, speak with your agent/insurance company to find out the exact rates to insure the different vehicles you’re considering before making a purchase.

7. Consider Raising Your Deductibles

When selecting car insurance, you can typically choose a deductible, or the amount of money you would have to lay out before insurance picks up the tab in the event of an accident, theft or other type of damage to the vehicle. Depending on the policy, deductibles typically range from $250 to $1,000. The catch is that, generally speaking, the lower the deductible, the higher the annual premium. Conversely, the higher the deductible is, the lower the premium. Ask your agent/insurance company how your premium might be affected if you raised your deductible. In some cases, it may make the annual premium better by several percent and put some money back in your pocket; other times, the savings may be minimal.

8. Improve Your Credit Rating

A driver’s record is obviously a big factor in determining auto insurance costs. After all, it makes sense that a driver who has been in lots of accidents could cost the insurance company lots of money. However, folks are sometimes surprised to find that insurance companies may also consider their credit ratings when determining insurance premiums.

Why is a person’s credit rating considered? The theory is that individuals who keep their financial situations in ship-shape condition will tend to be more careful when it comes to driving. Regardless of whether that’s true, be aware that your credit rating can be a factor in figuring insurance premiums and do your utmost to keep that rating high.

9. Pay Attention to Where You Live

It’s unlikely that you will move to a different location (i.e., state) simply because it has lower car insurance rates. However, when planning a move, the potential change in your car insurance rate is something that you will want to factor into your budget.

10. Drop Unnecessary Coverage

Dropping certain types of coverage can be a slippery slope. After all, nobody can predict if or when an accident will occur. However, if an individual is driving an extremely old automobile that’s on its last legs, it may make sense (depending on the cost, the individual’s driving record and other factors) to drop collision coverage. The reason for this is that were the vehicle to be involved in an accident, the insurance company would likely total the car. If the value of the car is only $1,000 and the collision coverage costs $500 per year, it may not make sense to but it.

11. Install Anti-Theft Devices

Individuals have the potential to lower their annual premiums, sometimes by as much as several percent, if they install anti-theft devices. Your agent or insurance company should be able to tell you specifically which devices, when installed, can lower premiums. Car alarms and LoJacks are two types of devices that you might want to inquire about. If your primary motivation for installing an anti-theft device is to lower your insurance premium, make sure to consider whether the cost of adding the device will result in a significant enough savings to be worth the trouble and expense.

12. Question Your Agent

It’s important to note that there may be other potential cost savings to be had in addition to the ones described in this article. In fact, that’s why it often makes sense for you to speak directly with your agent or a representative of the insurance company to ask if there are any special discounts that the company offers for individuals such as military personnel or employees of a certain company. The insurance company may also offer a “good student” rate or some other special savings. You never know what sort of discount pricing might be available for your circumstances, but unless you ask, you probably won’t be able to take advantage of it.

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Tips when seeking Rochester auto insurance

It goes with little doubt that once you have determined that you need a car, the next thing on your mind should be the insurance to go with it. You need vehicle insurance to enable you have financial protection in the event of occurrences of theft, vandalism or collisions. The kind of cover offered by many companies is determined by the laws in that particular state.

Rochester auto insurance will step in to accord you the meaningful cover that you need for your peace of mind and financial protection of the car. The premiums that you will be expected to pay will be determined by a number of factors. Hence, when you go to look for the auto insurance quote, you need to know that such aspects as your age, model of car, your driving record and even the places you frequent most as a driver will all influence the cost of the cover.

Here are a few tips to keep the cost of the insurance as low as possible when going for the services of Rochester auto insurance;

  1. Go for the vehicle which offers more safety on the road

Usually, insurers are keen on the vehicles which are less likely to be involved in theft issues or even collisions. They have ratings for vehicles as may concern all these parameters and it is therefore prudent for you to know the kinds of vehicles which are in their good books. When you buy cars considered safer for the road, you will no doubt have to contend with lower premiums.

  1. Choose a high deductible

Never ignore the role that the deductible you choose will have on the overall premiums you are forced to pay. If you wish to have lower auto insurance premiums, you will be advised to go for a high deductible most of the time.

  1. Make your credit scores as positive as possible

Much of the time when you will be given an auto insurance quote, your credit may have been looked into. People with bad credit have been found to be the ones most likely to make a claim. To escape this negative sign, ensure that your credit score is as good as it can be for the provider to present you with lower premiums.

  1. Maintain cover all the time

Sometimes when people have decided to go for different cover, they may forget to make premium payments during the duration. The next provider may give you a high auto insurance quote if a lapse in your automobile cover is seen.

  1. Reduce your travel mileage

Those who drive more have a higher chance of being involved in an accident. This means that Rochester auto insurance may increase the quote for you based on this.

  1. Keep a clean driving record

No doubt you will need Rochester auto insurance for as long as you will be driving. You might as well take steps to reduce your future premiums by being a careful driver now. Many providers will look at your driving record too before giving you an auto insurance quote.

There are a lot more things you can do to keep your spending at minimum when it comes to auto insurance cover. These will come in handy as well.


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