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Here are the answers to the most commonly asked questions about comparing policies and purchasing coverage.

What are car insurance quotes?

These are essentially free estimates of the premiums you will pay on an auto policy with a particular insurer. Your figures will depend on your deductibles, your coverage levels, and the provider you choose, among other factors. You can get up to five free estimates on our site.

How do I get started?

You can sign up for free price estimates by filling out our simple, online form. The application will ask you for some basic contact information and should only take a few minutes to complete. Once we have your information, we will supply you with a minimum of four quotes from various providers. You will see these figures side-by-side to help you compare policies easily. We also present our information in plain, straightforward language to help ensure that you are comparing apples-to-apples. You can then apply for the policy of your choice with the company that offers it or you can save your quotes and return later.

Who will offer my policy?

We are not an insurer, so we partner with a network of companies to bring you the best pricing options available. Some of the brands in our network include Farmer's, Nationwide, American Family, and Allstate. Which company provides your plan will depend on your location, needs, and preferences.

How can I keep my rates low?

The price figures you receive will depend on a number of factors, including your driving record, credit and deductibles. In general, you can keep your estimates to a minimum by raising your deductibles to the maximum level you could afford to pay comfortably out-of-pocket. You can also reduce or eliminate some add-ons to keep your premiums low. For example, you might eliminate medical payments coverage if you have adequate protection.In general, you can keep your rates to a minimum by raising your deductibles to the maximum level you could afford to pay comfortably out-of-pocket

What insurance coverages do I need to comply with my state's laws?

You will need to check your state's department of insurance website to verify the minimum coverage levels required by law. Learn more on our keeping your premiums low page.

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