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Here are the answers to the most commonly asked questions about insuring your vehicle(s).

What is Insurance Rate Test?

We are a free referral service that helps connect its visitors with low-cost price estimates from respected companies. We can help you find out more about what policy is right for you and help you select the best insurer to meet your needs. We can provide you with up to five free price estimates from some of the best insurers in the industry.

How do I sign up for price estimates?

You can sign up to receive free estimates on protection coverage by filling out our free, online sign-up form. The form will ask you for basic contact information and will only take a few minutes to fill out. Once we receive your form, we will provide you with a minimum of four quotes on policies from various insurers. You will see these figures side-by-side to make your comparison shopping hassle-free. We also present the information in easy-to-understand terms so you know you are comparing apples-to-apples. If you see an auto policy that meets your needs, you can then apply for that policy with the insurer that offers it. Alternatively, you can save your quotes and return to our site at your convenience.

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Are you an insurer?

No, we are not. We do not sell policies. Instead, we are a free matching service that helps connect our visitors with quality car insurers that can provide them with free estimates on policies. Our goal is to serve as a one-stop-shopping destination for those in the market for plan estimates.

What companies will supply my rates?

The companies that will provide your information will depend on your location, needs, and preferences. You will have your choice of at least four different providers when you get your estimates. A few of the insurers in our network are Allstate, State Farm, Farmer's, American Family, and Nationwide.

How can I minimize the cost of my premiums?

You can minimize your premiums by maintaining a good driving record, keeping up your credit score, reducing the remaining balance on your auto credit if you have one, driving a safe vehicle, and maximizing your deductibles. Typically, the higher your deductibles, the lower your premiums will be. Thus, you should increase your deductibles to the highest level possible that you can pay out-of-pocket.

There are some good ways you can get discounts on your auto insurance.

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