Is there government auto insurance for low income people?
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Insurance Question from Hamilton, NJ
Asked on 01/03/2012
Is there government auto insurance for low income people? NULL
Answer given on January 04, 2012
No, unfortunately, there is not government auto insurance for low income earners. The best way to lower your auto insurance is to get competitive quotes. Getting a quote with minimum state limits for your state may make your policy more affordable. Make sure however, that you are comforatble with the minimum state limits. Have you agent fully explain what you limits mean. Click here to get competitive quotes. You didn’t mention your driving record. If the cost factor is being driven by some bumps and bruises on your record, check for assign risk carriers that specialize in bad driving records. Call your department of insurance for your state and they can give you the names of assign risk carriers for your state. Hopefully all of this can help you find a policy that is affordable.
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