3 Ways to Save Money on Your Car Insurance

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Car insurance is a must these days and it’s essential to have great coverage. While shopping for insurance may not be fun, we’ve found 3 ways you and your family can save money with State Farm.

1. Bundle Your Insurance Policies

If you own a home, combining auto insurance with homeowner’s insurance can save you money. It not only saves you money but also streamlines your policies so you are only paying one insurance company.

You can save up to 22% if you buy homeowners, renters, condo or life insurance with State Farm in addition to your auto insurance policy. If two or more vehicles in your household are insured by State Farm and owned by related individuals, you could save as much as 20%.

2. Safe Driving

If you are a safe driver, you can save money with safe driving programs. At State Farm, you can take advantage of their Drive Safe & Save program, which is a usage-based program that calculates insurance rates in part based on your mileage and “safe driving” measurements, such as smooth acceleration and braking. You’ll receive an initial discount of up to 5% when you sign up, and you could save as much as 50% once State Farm has analyzed your driving behavior. Availability and discounts may vary.

3. Take a Safe Driver Course

If you have a young adult driver who is 25 years old or younger and they complete State Farm’s Steer Clear course online or by mobile app and have had no at-fault accidents or moving violations within three years, you could qualify for State Farm’s Steer Clear Safe Driver Discount with savings of up to 15%

State Farm’s auto insurance pricing is very competitive. In a recent NerdWallet study of quotes offered to middle-aged drivers with clean records, State Farm rates were below average in 43 of 48 states included in the study.

For your car insurance needs, see your local State Farm Agent, Ed Underwood. Click here to get a quote or call 615-771-0700 and Like Ed Underwood on Facebook for insurance tips.