What should I do if I can't afford car insurance?
I've been shopping around for car insurance, but all the quotes are really really pricey. What if I just can't afford it?
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Answered on Mar 12, 2021
You can try to lower your coverage if you cannot afford your insurance. If you are able to take a defensive driving course in your state, that can help lower your rate as well. You can also take a look at bundling your car insurance with a property insurance policy (home, renters, or condo insurance). Sometimes the discount you get will exceed the price of the property policy.
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