What can I expect to pay for non-owners car insurance?
I am on a budget and need to get a non-owners policy. How much can I expect to spend?
“The cost of your non-owners car insurance will depend on several factors. However, most driver will pay somewhere between $200 and $500 annually.
While you don’t own a vehicle, car insurance companies will look at:
- Your driving record
- Credit history
Since rates are based on your personal information, they will vary from person to person. Your best plan of action is to request car insurance quotes online or speak with agents directly to determine what your cost may be. By requesting quotes, you’ll get the most accurate rate based on your personal details.”
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