An article on bignews.biz entitled “3 Signs That Your Auto Insurance Company is Overcharging You” by Ryan McGavin discusses three signs to look for to determine if you are being overcharged for your auto insurance policy. More than ever people are in need of affordable auto insurance so it’s important to know you are receiving the best price.
Here are the three signs to keep your eyes open for:
- Driving record has shown improvement but your rates have increased or stayed the same. Infractions usually fall off around three years.
- Your bill has fees or additional charges on top of your premium price such as a “convenience charge” or charges for certain payment methods.
- You are a typical driver yet you are paying well above the national average which is about $70 per month according to the Insurance Information Institute
If you notice any of these trends, shop around. Auto insurance companies can have very different quotes so be proactive and take charge of your auto insurance bill. It can end up saving you a significant amount of money.