Insurance for low mileage

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I can’t find insurance under $90 a month. I only drive about 150 miles a year at most. I’m 30 I have no tickets or accidents and no one drives my car except me. My car is a 1999 Mazda Millenia and its garage kept. I just want the minimum required by Michigan, aka ticket protection. It would actually be cheaper to just call a taxi with what insurance costs me per mile.

It seems all the big dogs have a monopoly on the search engines so any advice on where to look or who to call is appreciated.

Answer 1

I touched upon this in one of my artilces…

5 ways to lower your auto insurance premiums

Look at point #5 –

Ask for low mileage discounts. If an auto insurance
company knows you won’t be on the road much, the chances of them having
to pay out for damages and medical bills is greatly reduced. If you
don’t think you will qualify for such discounts try carpooling, taking
the train or bus, or even riding your bike into work.

I recommend shopping around and asking different insurance agents.  Start by using the form at the top of this page :)

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