Where can I get the cheapest auto insurance?

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asked Oct 19, 2020 in Insurance/Registration by Vivjian (620 points)
Where can I get the cheapest auto insurance?

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answered Oct 19, 2020 by Prigen (12,000 points)
For me I find that Geico Insurance has the cheapest auto insurance.

However you may be able to find cheaper auto insurance depending on who you get auto insurance quotes from and the make and model of your vehicle.

Your credit score and insurance score also factors into the cost of your auto insurance as well as your driving record.

If you have a car that has an auto loan on it then you will need full coverage comprehensive auto insurance until the vehicle is paid off.

But if you have a paid off vehicle or a used vehicle then you can get liability auto insurance which is usually cheaper than full coverage auto insurance is.

I have liability auto insurance through Geico and pay $40.00 per month for the auto insurance which is the cheapest I've found.
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answered Feb 20 by 123devon (8,950 points)
I have auto insurance through Liberty Mutual and they are the cheapest auto insurance for me.

Other cheapest auto insurance companies are American Family Insurance, Geico Insurance, State Farm Insurance, Nationwide Insurance, Progressive Auto Insurance.

If you have homeowners insurance already or renters insurance then your current insurance company can usually get you a cheap deal on auto insurance when you bundle.

However your driving record, age, age of your vehicle and the state you live in also factors into the cost of your auto insurance as well.

Among national auto insurers, USAA Insurance has the cheapest auto insurance rates, at $36.00 per month, with State Farm in second place, at $44.00 per month.

The cheapest local Auto insurers are Auto-Owners, at $40.00 per month, and Farm Bureau, at $39.00 per month.

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