How To Save MOney on Your Auto Insurance Coverage

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These tips can help you save money on your Auto Insurance…

What you can control with your Insurance Discounts

• Location

Where you live and work makes a difference. If you live in an area with little or no traffic your insurance rates should be lower. If you live in a big city with traffic and where more accidents are likely to occur you are more likely to have a higher rate. Some neighborhoods with a high rate of theft can also add to higher auto insurance rates.

• Driving Violations on Your Record

If you have a history of moving violations, accidents, speeding tickets, DWI or reckless driving you are at a risk of higher insurance premiums and possibly having to purchase SR-22 (a driver already having been convicted of a Failure to maintain Auto Insurance, traffic related offenses -DUI’s, DWI’s or other serious traffic violations involving negligence or severe endangerment of other drivers or pedestrians) and FR-44 coverage(typically the FR-44 is required after DUI convictions and has higher limits than the SR-22). As your record improves, your premium will get lower.

• What Type of Vehicle You Own

Consider the cost of car insurance before you buy your dream car. Contact and agent and run a few vehicles you are considering and the agent will be able to let you know what risk these vehicles fall under for safety, theft and more.

• Accident Claims

A driving record that is clean and free of accidents will hold fare better for you than lots of tickets and/or accidents.

• Your Credit History

Many insurance companies view having a poor, or even no credit history as suggestive of higher risk and thus, charge you a higher premium.

• Your Occupation

Insurers have statistically found a correlation between your occupation and risk of filing claims. For instance, a newspaper delivery person is most likely a higher risk than the personal banker sitting at their desk all day.

There are some discounts that you Cannot control with Insurance Discounts.

Men or Women

Women are statistically safer drivers. Men have riskier driving patterns than women and are more aggressive on the road. (sorry guys)

• Age

Teen drivers and those under the age of 25 have higher risk of an accident than those older. Statically teens drivers allow a shorter headway and in comparison with other age groups have the lowest rate of seat belt use.

Drivers under the age of 25 are at greater risk of being in an accident than those over age 25 because people under 25 are more likely to seek adventure and take risks. Drivers between the ages of 50 and 65 generally have the safest records.

• Marital Status

A married person will pay less than a single person with an identical driving record.

At Budget Bi Rite You can choose Personal Injury Protection (PIP) PD and Bodily Injury or Full Coverage

We offer cheap rates on SR-22 and FR-44 coverage

We also offer a wide variety of discounts such as safe driver, Senior citizen, good student, multi-car and previous insurance.

Ask us about deductibles as low as $100.00.

Call us today to get your questions answered.

863-453-3903 or visit our website budgetbirite.com fill out the form and we will have an agent contact you within 24 hours.

We find insurance that meets every budget!

 

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