What year car should I get to save the most money on auto insurance?
"I am 18 years old and recently got my driver's license. I am shopping around for a car and want to know what car will give me the cheapest rate for insurance? Will a 2010 Toyota Camry cost a lot more than a 2006?"
“There are many things to look at when buying a car for the first time. You are on the right track! Getting an older vehicle will save money off the cost of the comprehensive coverage and collision coverage. If you can pay cash for the car and don’t need full coverage, this option will save you the most.
Going with a car instead of an SUV or truck is also a good idea. Cars are generally rated lower than other vehicles.
The fastest way to get quotes would be to shop car insurance rates online. The cost between a 2010 and 2006 Toyota may be minimal and you can easily see the available options online.
You will also want to give the free app Jerry a try. Jerry will shop policies with over 45+ carriers, deliver quotes straight to the app in your phone, and email the ID cards to you once you purchase the policy.”
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