How did you choose your insurance coverage?

by CarrieAceri » Fri Sep 06, 2019 07:26 am


I live in Pembroke with my family. I plan to buy a new car even though I already have one. But I'm confused about the insurance coverage. Can I take the same coverage that my older one has? I'm not sure of the insurance monthly payment plans. My insurance broker in Pembroke is quite good at this. Next week I plan to have a meeting with them.

Does anyone have the same experience? How did you choose your insurance coverage? Does my older plan affect this one? Please share your knowledge.

Thank You!

Total Comments: 3

Posted: Tue Jan 07, 2020 01:15 pm Post Subject:

I usually prefer to go with multi-quote insurance in case of more than 1 vehicle. However, in case, I buy a new vehicle and would unable to decide an insurance company then I prefer to go with temporary insurance coverage.

I recently purchased a van for both personal and commercial use and due to lack of budget, I was worried about insurance. Then, I found Direct Van Insurance which is now offering temporary van insurance here at very reasonable quotes. Hopefully, it would be a good short-term decision and yes, best wishes for your new car insurance as well. I hope you will find a better deal.

Posted: Fri Jan 24, 2020 08:22 am Post Subject:

I've found that every time I shop around or inquire about changes, I can always find a better deal. I change companies pretty often in search of the best deal! The process get pretty tedious, but the guide I use helps a lot:
Bunch of info for all over the US.
Good luck to ya!

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