Am I getting the right price for my car insurance in Maine?
I am a 20-year-old woman in Maine and I pay almost $85 per month for full coverage. No tickets, no accidents, one car. Am I getting the right price or can I save money by shopping around?
“Every insurance company rates its policies a little differently, so it is always a good idea to compare rates to make sure you are getting the best premium. This is the only way to know for sure whether you’re paying the right price in Maine.
The nice thing is, you can do all of your comparison shopping with the free Jerry app. Within seconds, you can get affordable quotes from several top companies and be certain that you are getting the best possible rate.
Jerry will also re-shop your policy at every renewal, so you can be sure that you’ll always get the right coverage for the right price.”
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