How to Keep Your Auto Insurance Cheap

Sometimes our expenses can be more than our income and we find ourselves scrambling to make ends meet every month. You try to find ways to cut back and save money but there are some expenses that you simply can’t cut out altogether, like auto insurance. Each state law will vary on just how much auto insurance you are required to carry but across the board, it’s illegal in all states to go without insurance. Now, it is easier than ever for a policeman to see if you have insurance or not. They don’t even have to pull you over anymore to find out if you have insurance or not. They simply have to pull behind you, run your license plate and within seconds they will know whether the car you are driving has auto insurance or not. If you are caught driving without auto insurance you are more than likely going to get a ticket and no insurance tickets usually run anywhere from $250 -$350 and if you get more than one of those tickets, they can and will suspend your license. So, now that we know we can’t go without automobile insurance lets looks at some simple tips that will help you keep your premiums as low as possible and achieve your goal of cheap auto insurance.

How to Keep Your Auto Insurance Cheap

Increase Your Deductibles

If you are looking to decrease your monthly premiums, then you can increase your deductible amount and your monthly premiums will go down. Deductible amounts are usually $250, $500, $1,000, $2,000 and $2,500. The deductible amount is the amount of money that you are responsible to pay in the event that you file a claim. For example, if your car needs repairs due to an accident, and the total repair bill is $3,000, and your deductible is … Read the rest