Can my boyfriend and I save money by insuring all our vehicles together?
I have a motorcycle and a car, while my boyfriend has a motorcycle, a car, and a truck. As an unmarried couple, can we bundle our vehicles together to pay less for insurance?
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Answered on Apr 12, 2021
As long as you and your boyfriend live under the same roof, yes, you can absolutely save money by combining your car insurance. The multi-vehicle discount you’ll qualify for will likely save you a substantial amount of money.
And if you two choose to marry someday, you may enjoy even more savings, as married couples tend to receive better prices from carriers.
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