Here’s how to get all the quotes you need for free. If you’ve read the other 2 articles in this series and have done your homework, you’re ready to get your quotes.
After you have all your quotes you might want to make a spreadsheet, on paper or online, to compare the positives and negatives of each quote.
Call back to those that you need more information from.
Remember you don’t need to wait until your current policy expires or is almost expired to switch to a new company. The old company will refund what you already paid, pro-rated to how many days are left on your policy with them. So don’t let that hold you back. You can even work with your new insurance company to coordinate it all.
Then you can sit back & let all your hard work pay off. You’ll reap those savings year after year without any additional work. After some years you might want to check around to see if you can find a better deal at that time, but most likely you won’t need to change. We did this about 25 years ago & nobody has been able to give us a better deal yet. 25 years of savings adds up!
And when you buy a new car, be sure to check the insurance rates on the various models you are thinking about buying. The cost difference can be significant.
Good luck & I hope you find real savings this way.