FAQ’s About Car Insurance

What do I do if I have an auto accident?

When you are in an accident. There are 4 steps to take: First, notify the police. Second, exchange information with the other driver(s) involved in the accident. Third, contact your insurance company as soon as you possibly can. Fourth, do all of the required steps your insurance company asks you to do.

How can I lower my car insurance premium?

There are a number of things you can do to lower your car insurance. They include, shopping around, asking for discounts on your current policy, holding multiple insurance policies with the same carrier, and raising your deductible.

What should I think about when buying car insurance?

Here are some basic things to consider when purchasing car insurance. First, decide what optional coverage’s you want and need. Look at your situation and don’t be fooled into buying something you don’t need. Secondly, analyze the companies who are vying for your business. Make sure they are reputable and price competitive. Third, purchase the amount of liability insurance that is right for you.

Does my personal policy cover me when I rent a car?

For this one, you must call your insurance company OR ask the agent from whom you are buying your new policy. Many states mandate that your insurance company provide coverage when you are renting a vehicle. Some insurance companies will only cover rental cars if you are on vacation, and not for business.

How do I know a good insurance company from a bad insurance company?

Generally, third party rating services and you state insurance commission are your best sources when considering insurance. These organizations have financial records as well as claim paying performance statistics that can help you make an informed decision.

What is the difference between an agent that works for one company versus an agent who works independently?

In most cases, an agent who works for one company is considered exclusive. In order to sell the insurance he/she represents he/she must be employed by the company. An independent agent, on the other hand, is free to represent as many companies as he/she wishes.

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