How can I lower my insurance on a 2006 Chevy Malibu?
"I want to lower my insurance costs. The vehicle is paid off. I also have a clean driving record."
“If you’re looking to lower your insurance costs you have a few options.
One is looking at the type of coverage you have on your policy. Comprehensive insurance and collision insurance will always cost more than liability car insurance.
If you have additional coverages like rental car reimbursement or towing and labor coverage, you could also opt to remove them to lower your rate.
You can also shop around. As you have a clean record, you may be able to find a carrier that’s offering a more affordable rate.
You can request car insurance quotes with various companies to see what the best rate would be. You’ll also be able to customize your coverage which could lower your rate.”
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