By: Elena Grace Flores
Timing matters when you buy car insurance. December is more likely to be the cheapest month to buy it because this is when people are perceived to have a lot of things to pay for. Insurers would be lowering prices just to reach their target revenues for the month – at least to pay overhead and end-year bonuses. They have no choice but to design a promotional offer that most people can’t refuse.
It is also observed that local regulations can affect car insurance rates because prices vary from one place to another – despite being issued by a sole insurance company. This is why shopping around for the best insurance coverage with the corresponding good rate is essential. Of course, you may not get the best service when you buy the insurance away from home – but you can avoid the months when your locality is selling expensive car insurances.
Insurance brokers are good sources of information when shopping for attractive car insurance deals. They’re the ones who know if there are promotions offered for outstanding university students, or can refer a company that is selling both home and car insurance to get a loyalty discount and suggest the one providing the highest discount when paying a lump sum upfront. Mind you, you might want to ask them also if being married or getting through a dignified driving school can help in lowering down your car insurance cost.