How can I make my car insurance lower?

My insurance policy renewed last month, but my first couple of payments have been a lot higher than before. What are some ways I can lower my car insurance?

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Car insurance rates consistently go up year to year regardless of claim history, however, we recommend that you shop around for multiple insurance rates in order to find the best deal on car insurance.
The best way to do this is by comparing multiple car insurance quotes, which could save you as much as 50% over the most expensive carrier.
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Carlos Kirby
Answered on Nov 09, 2021
Carlos has a BA in Media Production and Marketing from Loyola University of Chicago, as well as almost 5 years of content editing and writing experience. He has operated his own freelance creative studio over the past 5 years and aspires to be a Creative Director for an Creative Agency. He is currently located in Chicago, IL and enjoys creating digital art and taking bike rides along the lakefront during his free time!
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