10 Comments on "5 Ways to Save on Car Insurance | Consumer Reports"

  1. We have State Farm. Not the cheapest and not the highest rating, but we’ve been a customer with them for over 25 years. Plus, we have bundled home+auto+jewelry policies to get a bigger discount. Shopping around may save us a few bucks, but being such a long-term customer has given us additional discounts because the number of claims we’ve made (2) show us to be a safe and reliable customer with them. Choosing another insurance company and bundling again means we would have to prove all over again that we are reliable and don’t file claims every other year.

  2. James Vollan | April 4, 2023 at 11:42 AM |

    Number one, find an insurance company pays claims without a big hassles. Some insurance companies cover you until you need it, then find a million ways not to pay.

  3. Brad the Pitts | April 4, 2023 at 11:45 AM |


  4. repairdrive | April 4, 2023 at 11:59 AM |

    No way I’m letting my insurance company track me. Even if it means a discount.

  5. Captain America America | April 4, 2023 at 12:02 PM |

    We love Geico

  6. Frank Pratt | April 4, 2023 at 12:48 PM |

    I’ve had USAA for a long time. No claims or tickets but the premiums just keep climbing!

  7. Number one way to save on car insurance is to not have a car. Problem solved. Other alternatives are available such as public transportation, or electric scooters that you can buy or hire. And combining the two saves a lot of money and time.

  8. Tom Drummy | April 4, 2023 at 1:28 PM |

    Geico !! 😊

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