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First Time Auto Insurance Buyers

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    Buying auto insurance for the first time can be a daunting task. There are many companies out there airing ads that claim their company will save you the most money or that they have the best service. But how do you know which company will provide the best possible rates and service for you? There are many things to look out for when buying insurance for the first time that can help you get the best combination of price and coverage for your vehicle.

    1. Shop around. Thanks to the internet, we have unlimited access to resources these days. With AIS you can get quotes in seconds from dozens of highly rated insurance carriers.

    2. Get the right type of coverage. With the abundance of different auto insurance policies out there, it is very easy to get confused about which type of coverage to purchase. Make sure you know all of your options and if possible speak with a knowledgeable agency to make sure you fully understand the coverage.

    3. Discounts. As a first time purchaser of auto insurance, it is likely you may be eligible for various discounts. These discounts will vary, depending upon the insurance carrier. Most auto insurance companies offer many discounts ranging from your occupation, your driving record, completed driver’s education courses, etc.

    4. Service. If you’ve ever been in a car accident before, you know the importance of service. You want to make sure that your auto insurance carrier has quality customer service that is quick and reliable. You want an auto insurance company that is going to investigate the accident and start the claims process immediately. Accidents are bad enough; you don’t want to be stuck without a car for a week or two waiting for your claims rep to come inspect the damage.

    Even if it is not your first time buying auto insurance; these are some good guidelines to follow.

    This content is offered for educational purposes only and does not represent contractual agreements. The definitions, terms and coverages in a given policy may be different than those suggested here and such policy will be governed by the language contained therein. No warranty or appropriateness for a specific purpose is expressed or implied.