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I’m a 20 year old female and I’m about to move out on my own. I can no longer be on my parent’s plan. My car is paid in full and in my name.
What are your recommendations for insurance companies?
How much can I expect to spend?
Any suggestions and links will be appreciated.
There is good news and bad news.
I’ll hit you with the bad news first –
It’s nearly impossible to tell you how much your auto insurance will be exactly. There are too many factors that go into determining this number. Different auto insurance companies have different things that they look at in determining your premium. Take a look at this listto get a better idea of what does and does not affect your insurance costs.
Now here is the good news –
It’s actually quite easy to get insurance quotes for your vehicle. Just go to a quote comparison website (like this one) to get prices from many different companies. Once you find a price and plan you are comfortable with (and have thoroughly researched said company), you can then safely purchase car insurance.
Auto insurance is a very simple concept but choosing the right plan
makes many people confused due to a lack of knowledge in auto insurance.
Auto insurance is one of the most common types of personal insurance.
All states require that you purchase a minimum insurance plan to drive
legally in the state. Auto insurance is a “necessary evil” because all
automobile owners must have coverage if they are able to drive. However,
it is not enough just to have a vehicle that is insured. In the event
of an auto accident, you will want to have the best auto insurance
I do agree with the admin’s advice. With the vehicle insurance quotes, you cna easily look te prices and what the insurance comprised with there are lots of websites you can visit with then compare them. I’ll give u one, why not look at 4autoinsurancequote.com? They might help you with regards to your problem.