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Safe Driver 2020

Drivers Can Claim $610 In Savings This Month Thanks To The Safe Driver Initiative

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Things are really looking up for US Drivers. If you currently pay more than $38/month for car insurance then you are more than likely entitled to get back $610 in savings thanks to the new "Safe Driver" initiative.

All it takes is not having any D.U.I.s or Tickets in the last 6 months in order to instantly lower your monthly rates.

Insurance Companies Won't Bother To Tell You About This!

 

Insurance companies want to keep you paying as much as possible. This is why you need to find out what special discounts you eligible for. The Rate Comparison online tool shows how much drivers can get back in less than a minute. Insurance rates are hitting a 20-year low and benefiting drivers that stay safe on the road, so there really is no better time to check!

Here’s How To Get Started:

Step 1: Select Your Age Below

Step 2: Answer a few questions (take less than a minute) and the Rate Comparison tool will present a new rate you never thought possible.


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Here is a link to a survey which demonstrates the importance of comparing rates and how applying this "rule", in any state city or zip code, can help drivers save 62% and $610 per year. A second survey which analyzed car insurance quotes for 1,000 zip codes across the U.S. found that within a given zip code, rates vary by 154% on average, allowing drivers to find an average of 62% and $610 per year in savings.
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