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Car insurance is a necessity for anyone with a motor vehicle to legally travel on public roadways. Unfortunately, the need to keep this coverage can put a strain on a family’s budget. Even the most basic auto insurance coverage can be a significant cost, while more comprehensive plans can eat even more into a budget.

The good news is that there are more than a few ways to reduce the premiums you have to pay for your car insurance coverage. The following is a list of some of the most popular tips for reducing car insurance premiums:

• Request a higher deductible – while it can cost you if you get involved in an accident, higher deductibles on your policy are a sure-fire way to reduce your premium.

• Join a carpool – some insurance companies will reduce your premium costs if you drive a low number of miles or join a carpool.

• Combine insurance policies – combining different policies under one insurer can usually reduce the rates you pay for each policy.

• Ask the company about discounts – many insurance companies have discounts that they offer to their customers but may not be known to you.

• Drop the coverage you don’t need – depending on the value of your car, you may only need the minimum legally-required coverage for your vehicle because a claim for a low-value car’s damage likely won’t be worth the cost.

• Shop around – you may be able to get quoted a better deal on a similar policy from another insurance company if you look hard enough.

These are just some of the most common ways that people have been able to lower their car insurance premiums. Depending on the specific details of your situation, there may also be other options for reducing your payments.
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