Expiring in 3 days
Drivers Need to Take Action
To Avoid Overpaying for Auto Insurance
In order to protect residents from overpaying for auto insurance, we are offering this no-cost program for consumers to find low auto insurance rates. Your insurance company is NOT obligated by law to voluntarily offer you lower rates. However, you have the rights to request for new rates at no cost through this program. We strongly urge all drivers to obtain new rates as many participating insurance companies are offering major discounts.
Many drivers have been able to obtain significantly lower rates with our program. Drivers who are currently insured and drive less than 35 miles/day may be eligible for highly discounted rates. Those who have no DUI records may be eligible for further discounts. To find out your new rate, simply take a few minutes to answer the simple questions below.
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Please enter your Zip Code
Do you drive MORE than 35 miles a day? (estimate)
Have you had a DUI?
Auto Insurance FAQs
What is auto insurance?
Insurance is a contractual agreement between an insurance company and an insured, which, in exchange for a premium, provides financial protection for risks associated with driving or owning an automobile.
What is the policy?
The insurance contract is called a policy and includes three distinct parts. First, the Declaration Page that lists what coverages are in effect and the dollar amount of coverage. Second, the Text of the contract that tells you who and what is covered and not covered. Third, the Endorsements section of the contract that changes, limits or modifies the text.
Do I have to buy auto insurance?
State laws requires that all motor vehicles registered and operated in the state carry certain minimum insurance coverages.
What are deductibles?
A deductible is the amount of the claim that you agree to pay or the part that is deducted from your claim check. Comprehensive and collision coverages generally have deductibles.